Though all theme parks are fun to visit, some have tall and fast roller coasters, but this list focuses on the environment visitors come across and the unique atmosphere they witness.
Haw Par Villa
This theme park is situated in Singapore and it has 1,000 statues and 150 dioramas depict famous Chinese Legends-like Confucius and the big laughing Buddha. The main attraction is the Ten Courts of Hell. This gruesome exhibit shows Hell as imagined by Buddhists and is sure to make you think twice the next time you’re snorting lines up a hooker’s crack.
This theme park is located in Vilnius, Lithuania. An entry ticket is for or $200, thus you can spend over two hours experiencing the duress that many Soviet-era citizens struggled through. It all goes down in an authentic bunker and the acting guards, who were members of the former Soviet army. You’ll wear a gas mask, learn the Soviet anthem, eat a typical Soviet meal, go through interrogations and medical checks then get a congratulatory shot of vodka at the very end.
This theme park is in Darwin, Australia. The Cage of Death” puts you in an enclosed, clear cylinder with crocodiles up to 20 feet long swimming around you for fifteen minutes. Sometimes the crocodiles are even fed to make the visitors feel scared after watching how the predator eats its prey.
This theme park is located in Jeju Island, South Korea. It is or couples or newlyweds.
This theme park is located in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates. It is the world’s largest indoor amusement park. It is home to the fastest roller coaster; Formula Rossa. Ferrari World is a gigantic shrine to the Italian sports car and it aims to transport you into the driver’s seat of an F1 race car. There’s over 20 rides, shows and tours-all fast and all Ferrari.
It is located in Puerto Triunfo, Colombia. The theme park has a zoo, a bullfighting ring, a private plane and airstrip, the remnants of his car collection and all sorts of other artifacts that will give you a glimpse into this former international cocaine king’s life.
It is located in El Alberto, Mexico. All the terrifying realities of crossing the Mexican/American border without an actual border, this park is trying to scare Mexicans from illegally migrating to America. Visitors join a group led by a smuggler into a 4-hour dark and scary excursion over fences and through trenches.
It is located in Kunming, China. Dwarf Empire is a village filled with anybody who desires to see dozens of dwarfs dancing. The 2-4 foot performers live in colourful mushroom-shaped houses and come twice a day to perform various shows, sing songs and take part in sport contests.
Republic of the Children
It is located in La Plata, Argentina. It is a giant city scaled-down to kiddie size. There’s an airport, a church, a theatre, restaurants, hotels and even a courthouse.
It is located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It is a gigantic Buddhist-themed park with temples, gardens, go-karts, rides, and slides. There is also a bay of 1500 crocodiles, a boat ride through hell and a cave of uncountable bats.