Also online this month:
Six months after opening its showcase RMB 20 billion ($3.2bn/€2.3bn) Ocean Kingdom resort in Zhuhai, a senior manager at China's Chimelong group has told Park World that the company is exploring options for a third resort in the country.
During this week’s Asian Attractions Expo in Beijing, Antonio Zamperla SpA issued lawsuits against two Chinese ride manufacturers – the Italian company’s latest attempt to get tough on intellectual property (IP) infringement.
US Thrillrides has confirmed that it is to build the world’s tallest rollercoaster in Orlando – one of two new observation experiences coming soon to the International Drive district.
The Indonesian amusement park Ancol launched a new Ice Age themed attraction last month, featuring an immersive flume ride.
For one day only – Sunday 4 May – visitors to Bristol, England, were able to enjoy a “pop up” slide set up down one of the city’s hilly streets.
Kolmården looks likely to win international recognition thanks to the addition of a mammoth new wooden coaster. Get ready for Wildfire.
Are these the friendliest spooks you’ve ever seen? Ghost – The Haunted House is a new attraction providing thrills and not-so-scary chills in 2014 at Legoland Billund, Denmark.
Tivoli started its 172nd season in Copenhagen on 10 April with the relaunch of its classic wooden rollercoaster.
Austria’s Familypark Neusiedlersee kicked off its 2014 season on 5 April with a new ride and another on the way.
First came an outlet mall, then rides, restaurants and now an all singing, all dancing waterpark. Welcome to Santorini Water Fantasy, one of the latest of a shower of new waterparks to arrive in Thailand.
The president and CEO of Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE) talks to Park World about the group's parks and attractions and its recent surprise (even to some in the company) move into the sports industry.