vuurvogel wrote:It is weird seeing pictures of these parks. They feel not very real. With that I think they are very soulless parks. Just opened up, no history yet. I have been in such a park just once and it is just weird, it can have good rides, but the feeling is not there yet. Hope they will have the time to mature
Victory Kingdom opened in July of this year, and Happy Valley Wuhan opened last spring. China is pretty new to the whole "theme park" thing. I think the Happy Valley chain itself started about six years ago.
The Chinese are still getting the hang of how to run a park, too.
SharkTums wrote:I look at these pictures and am thankful no one died on the trip! I'm also thankful that even communist countries will happily accept bribes to open coasters that shouldn't be open!
Those were some of the dodgiest coasters of the whole trip (aside from the looping toboggan thing). I remember being thankful that the Jungle Mouse's safety features actually worked when they dispatched my car too early!
Let's see what i remember.. ehm.. suspended coaster: ouch (trying to forget) another mouse, ice coaster.. dried up water rides..
hearing Rammstein songs while walking around the park and then there was this weird thing called a Tagada So much fun (especially while hearing the Hermes House Band doing their "i Will Survive" version (including some dutch)
Yeah, fun day :)
could this be it?
yep looks like we made it
it's just a tad bit smaller..
and this one is a bit taller
bungee jump (and larry doing his "thing" )
yes, another one of these..
some still have the energy to be mad.. and some appear to have said goodbye to life and are at peace.. i guess
ouch ouch ouch
the many faces of...
yeah, time to move on
weird ride names
guess what.. another spinning mouse
not sure if i want to ride that
surprise surprise.. they had one of these :)
yup, that looks like fun
one big pile of body parts
ehm.. bumper thingies?
this might actually be ehm..
china is so random... like that blue green building is a ride building
behind you they have these contraptions which you can rent and drive around the park if you want to
and if you see something like this in a park...
get inside, get clothes at this place and..
enjoy a ride on the ice coaster
that's a lot of ice
i survived.. i guess
going back up
4d theater with what looks like a splash battle in front of it
ice place :)
and then you get to this area..
water ride without the water
these were all over the place (and many many parks)
another area of the park
this was like the most random thing i've ever seen happen during a TPR trip.. looked like there was some kind of video shoot happening.. and they got a bunch of TPR members to join the fun
yeah, i was stunned as well
bungee jump fun
ok, time to go.. but wait.. what's that??
owh my, wth are they building there
it's pruple and under construction
imagine the sound of pain
so yeah, they are adding another phase to Floraland next door
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