The Best Theme Parks in the World

Posted on: 24th February 2014

Would you not like to win a free trip to the best and the most amazing theme parks all over the world? A classic way to holiday with your family and friends by enjoying the ferris wheel, water slides, long flumes and many other activities which are fun. While the kids go wide eyed in surprise and amazement it is also a good way for the parents to spend some quality time with their children.

Given an option, you would definitely choose the best amusement park to holiday for your family. And if being there is the only way to experience these fantastic places on this earth then here are some perfect summer holiday ideas for your family that will also fit your budget:

Luna Park, Melbourne

Located in the centre of St. Kilda, Luna Park is just a stroll away from the St. Kilda Beach in Melbourne. It is one of the most adored amusement parks in Australia and was opened in the year 1912. It features around 17 rides for both the young and adult to enjoy, with old favourites like the Ghost Train, Silly Serpent, Red Baron, Scenic Railway and restored Carousel. Other eyeball-popping thrill rides are the Metropolis and the Enterprise and the Pharaoh’s Curse. And don’t forget the jaw-dropping G force and Shock Drop and Twin Dragon.

Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

The Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore is the ultimate fun destination in Asia. It is the first ever tourist destination in Asia with integrated resorts, giving its visitors a highly rewarding experience with their family or friends. A perfect fun destination for all age groups, you will love to visit this place time and again. Singapore had spent around $6 billion Singapore dollars to gear up this amusement park with the latest rides and adventures.

Exhilarating adventures await families and different groups here.  Experience a remarkable ride over land and sea on a remodelled Vietnam Warcraft – it’s the real thing! The bay view is gorgeous and you will love the historical landmarks and the famous Singapore skyline below. Then you can go on the HiPPO Tour on an open-top bus, taking you away from the maddening crowds and all the city buzz while bringing you around the best that Singapore has to offer.

Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi

The Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi is one of the largest indoor theme parks in the world, built on a sprawling 30,080 acres of land on Yas Island. This theme park is a dream destination for the speed lovers. It features the fastest roller coaster in the world, the Formula Rossa. The visitors here have a wide variety of amusement options to choose from. The Ferrari World has 23 themed resorts, five golf courses, two water parks and four theme parks on site. So even if the weather is not cooperating during your visit in Abu Dhabi, it won’t spoil your fun because Ferrari World is under a 200,000 square-metre roof. With thrilling rides and exciting attractions, it truly is the perfect holiday destination for the whole family.

Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo DisneySea is a dream destination for the young and old alike. A paradise aquatopia, it is one of the most popular and most visited theme parks in the world, with an annual number of 12.5 million visitors. It is the first Disney theme park outside America by Disney. The peak seasons here are during Christmas and New Year, as well as the Golden Week at the beginning of May, and during the summer holidays in July to late August. This 176-acre Disney theme park in Tokyo has that nautical exploration theme that every sea lover would adore. It has seven “ports of call” or theme sections. Mediterranean Harbour is the entrance to the park while the six others include the Mysterious Island,American Waterfront, Arabian Coast, Mermaid Lagoon, Port Discovery and Lost River Delta.

Disneyland, Anaheim

Disneyland in Anaheim has been the dream destination of everyone. For the last 50 years, countless visitors travelled here for love of that mouse called Mickey. Unanimously voted as one of the happiest places on earth, you can enjoy the best rides of your life here. With an impressive number of 15 million visitors per year it is the one place where people of all age groups can have world class fun and amusement.

One of the much-anticipated highlights of this California theme park is the "Enchanted Tiki Room”. This sit-down attraction,sponsored by Dole Pineapple, boasts of Disney's first audio-Animatronic performers. It is a musical symphony filled with almost impossible fantasies, thanks to the tiki poles, flowers and 225 birds that spring to life in a highly coordinated performance! You might be surprised by the sudden tropical storm but rest assured that is just all part of the act – a vintage experience which you should just go along with so you can feel like a child all over again.

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