Floraland is a park that has multiple personalities. There are areas to the park, but they are not themed like a typical park. You reach the major ride area of the park by walking clockwise after entering, which most enthusiasts would typical do to get the coaster credits. If you were there solely for the coasters you might not even see the rest of the park through the heavy vegetation cover. However, if you continue to walk clockwise after the coasters and major rides you will find a lake to circle.
In this next area you will find disjointly themed buildings with many dark rides and walkthroughs that don't necessarily match the architecture of the building next door. These attractions also appear to be operated by independent vendors and are not included with the ride wristband. It's not only like walking into a different area of the park, it makes you feel like you are in a totally different park.
If you continue walking around the lake you will find a nicely landscaped garden area, followed by a smaller rides areas with mostly family rides and an out of place Shot Tower. As you continue walking back towards the entrance you enter an area reminiscent of an abandoned Epcot World Showcase.
The haunted house and the ice house are worth exploring, but the coasters are not much to brag about. The park does have some intense flat rides from Chinese manufacturers, with the Tagada being the must ride experience. Although there were no Western style eateries, the grilled meat served at BBQ stands throughout the park looked and tasted better than most other Chinese parks.
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