If you love theme parks, you probably know that there is a whole world of magical attraction and fantasy beyond Disney World. Hold on tight, because the following are just some of the world’s weirdest theme parks.
1. Ferrari World in United Arab Emirates
Love high speed and cars? Then you should definitely visit the world of Ferrari in the UAE. The park opened in 2010 and it coverers two million square feet. Since then, it has attracted many visitors from all over the world. This park offers you around 20 diverse attractions connected to the world of the famous car company. For example, here you can find various thematic carousels, the fastest roller coaster in the world, flume rides, real racing school, different interactive shows, and an auto gallery, as well as the world’s largest Ferrari logo. In addition, the park also features a big gallery, where you can buy exclusive gifts for your family and friends.
2. Bollywood Park in Dubai
Get the chance to learn and experience the amazing world of Mumbai’s famous film industry, by visiting the themed Bollywood Park in Dubai. It opened in November 2016 and it covers around 1.7 million square feet. It is divided into five zones with different themes, likes Rustic Ravine and Royal Palace. The park offers you incredible rides, as well as various attractions related to blockbusters from the Indian film industry. Here you can also see spectacular shows or you can taste Indian food in one of the many restaurants.
3. Suoi Tien Theme Park in Vietnam
Situated near Ho Chi Minh City, this is a water-filled fantasy park, where you can see several statues of gods, like Buddha, focusing on the history and culture of Vietnam. One of the top attractions of this park is a ride that passes through 18 gates of Hell (known as Unicorn Palace), a cold house of horrors, with screams. Inside the park, you can also see sacred animals like dragons, tortoises, and phoenixes standing next to other attractions like the adventurous water slides, waterfalls, roller coaster, and ferris wheel. There is also a paintball area and a crocodile farm with 11,000 crocodiles that you can feed.
4. BonBon-Land in Denmark
If you find yourself in Copenhagen, don’t forget to visit BonBon-Land, which might be the largest candyland in the world. This park was founded in 1992, and it’s a great amusement parks for kids and grown ups alike. This amazing candy amusement park features more than 60 exceptional rides. For example, you can try the Dog Rollercoaster which takes you through big mounds of poo. This park gets more than 500,000 visitors each year.
5. Crocosaurus Cove in Australia
If you want to experience a wildlife theme park, go to Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Australia. This Australian cove displays some of the rarest reptiles in a freshwater aquarium. Here, the attractions rival some of the scariest roller coasters. You can submerge yourself in the 9-foot acrylic tank, in order to have a clearer view of long and deadly crocodiles. In this park, you can also see turtles, archer fishes, barramundi, and whip rays.