In Russia will be Europe’s largest indoor theme parks
Parks will become the real fairy-tale towns, where each zone is dedicated to the famous cartoon Studio DreamWorks
In the next few years in three Russian cities will appear the famous theme parks by DreamWorks, from the depths of which came dozens of films and animated blockbusters. The first Park will open in St. Petersburg and then in Moscow and Yekaterinburg.
According to the report of the group of companies “Regions”, which will implement the development, implementation, and management of objects, the opening of the first Park is planned for 2015.
DreamWorks parks in Russia will be the world’s largest indoor facilities operating all year round. The height of the ceilings and the building will be 35 meters — about 13-storey building.
In all three cities, parks will have a unified concept and plan. In particular, in addition to the rides, parks will house a concert hall, a 4D cinema, three-star hotel with 400 rooms and a shopping centre.
In addition, the adjacent area will accommodate Parking for more than 10 thousand cars. Continue reading
In the Dominican Republic opened a new Park of extreme entertainment
Modern extreme Park is located near the Duarte highway, which connects the capital of the Dominican Republic with the North of the country. According to the Ministry of tourism, Zipline Park is just 45 minutes from the Central part of Santo Domingo, and is unique in its kind platform for the sports fans of extreme entertainment.
As the main “highlight” of the Park offers its visitors a dizzying descent through steel ropes through a special platform. There are places in which a metal cable is hanging at a distance of about 30 meters from the ground, and the platform is set to accommodate the natural irregularities of the landscape.
Besides entertainment under the name “Zipline” (snake), the Park can enjoy a game of paintball is a popular game-shooter, which uses a air gun that shoots small balls of colored paint.
Still of extreme entertainment at the Zipline Park, you can try the trampoline bungee, to feel like a climber on the climbing wall, to riding lessons. And fans of baseball (the Dominican Republic – is also a popular game) can compete with the baseball machine.
Lovers of beautiful natural scenery will appreciate the crystal clear water of the scenic river flowing through the territory of the extreme Park.
As for the cost of an entrance ticket to the Zipline Park, then you should pay attention to the price of $ 20 per child and $ 35 with an adult, and if using a currency Converter to translate the ticket price into rubles, it will be 640 and 1100 rubles. respectively. Continue reading
Resorts World at Sentosa Singapore is a Grand attractions that will appeal to both children and adults.
Universal Studios Singapore — a theme Park dedicated to the magic world of cinema. In addition to the dizzying roller coasters, Park guests waiting for rides, recreating well-known Hollywood movies. The dinosaurs of “Jurassic Park”, hiding in the tropical jungle and the breathtaking stunts of the “Water world”, favorite cartoon characters of “Shrek” and “Madagascar”, show futuristic sci-Fi series Battlestar Galactica and the new York sights, including Broadway musicals in the legendary brodacom theater Pantages Hollywood Theater, movie special effects, for example, a devastating hurricane, and mysteries of ancient Egypt, presented in the spirit of box office hits “the Mummy” and “treasure Hunters”.
Marine Life Park . The name of the Park — “sea Life” — speaks for itself. The unique Park has one of the largest aquariums in the world, which is home to countless marine species. Sharks, dolphins, rays, reef fish and many other inhabitants of the underwater depths, which can be seen in their natural habitat. In addition to entertainment and exploring the sea life, the concept of MarineLife Park includes an interesting educational elements, research and the protection of the ocean, marine flora and fauna.
Maritime Xperiential Museum — another amazing theme Park, presenting an innovative look at the history of the Maritime silk road. Continue reading