This is one of those parks you have to be extremely determined to get to to find, or just darn lucky. It took me a ferry, two rickshaws, a completely inaccessible local bus station, a guess as to which bus to take, the reassuring grunts of the driver telling me to get off, and about a mile walk after asking countless people the way, to finally make it to the gates. And I was rewarded with what was perhaps the strangest theme park experience of my life. I literally had to duck under low hanging orchards to get to the rides, didn't see another guest in over half an hour, and rode the spinning coaster with three other park operators in order to get the credit. Nothing ground breaking here, but if you're looking for adventure, look no further
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