Added on: 7th Dec 2014
DUBAI LAND, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
This three billion square foot monstrosity features numerous
attractions including the world’s largest waterpark and a lifelike
reconstructions of the Pyramids, Hanging Gardens of Babylon
and the Eiffel Tower.
WORLD WATERPARK, EDMONTON, ALBERTA,
With a size of over 20 hectares this is the world’s largest indoor
water park. Opened to the public in 1986 it is located in West
Edmonton Mall, itself the fifth largest mall in the world.
PARQUE JAIME DUQUE, BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA
Built by Jaime Duque Grisales, a famous Colombian aviator,
as a gift to his fellow Colombians, this park probably features
the strangest mix of attractions of any park with 700 bizarre
sculptures including a male statue of liberty.
Bringing children together with heavy machinery,
this construction themed park has several locations
LOVE LAND, CHEJU ISLAND, SOUTH KOREA
This South Korean amusement park is actually a popular
honeymoon destination for newlyweds and was in fact
conceived as a way to teach them about conjugal love.
DICKENS WORLD, ENGLAND
This 75,000-square-foot amusement park re-creates a
19th-century Dickensian town full of hunger, criminals, and
even a Great Expectations boat ride.
Getting its name from the popular Danish candy this
theme park is full of gross animal attractions like vomiting rats
and urinating ants. It may seem strange but supposedly it
has something to do with the various names of the
candies like “bird droppings” and “dead flies”.
HARMONY LAND, JAPAN
Home to the famous Hello Kitty character visitors here can
visit the feline’s castle and take a boat ride through huge
underground apartments complexes.
SHIJINGSHAN AMUSEMENT PARK, BEIJING
With rip offs of nearly every popular western attraction the
sign hanging over the front entrance reads
“Disney Land is too far”.