Miral, the company behind Yas Waterworld and the upcoming Warner Bros World and SeaWorld Abu Dhabi parks, has announced that it investing AED 700 million (US$190m/€175m) in Yas Island’s original flagship theme park, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi (FWAD). Opened in 2010 with 24 rides and attractions, FWAD will welcome a further 19, starting this March, […]
Per Dam Jensen (pictured) has been appointed CEO of the Danish amusement park Fårup Sommerland, starting April 1.
The Philippines’ leading amusement park is to undergo an expansion as it aims to evolve over the next decade from a single-day park into a multi-day, integrated destination, in the process growing from 25 acres to over 100 acres (10.1 to 40.5 hectares).
The scale of Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin’s global ambition in the theme park and tourism industry was highlighted during a speech at the real estate, hospitality, entertainment and tourism group’s annual meeting held at Hefei Wanda City, Anhui Province, on January 14.
US ride manufacturer S&S-Sansei has partnered with British media-based attractions specialist Holovis to produce a new concept called the Immersive Elevator MediaCoaster.
The world’s largest indoor waterpark and a local movie park will feature in the schedule of this September’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Berlin, organiser IAAPA EMEA has confirmed.
Since it opened in 2008, Thomas Land at Drayton Manor has twice been expanded with new attractions, and for 2017 the UK amusement park is adding one more.
The first of a new generation of real snow and ice indoor amusement parks, Snow Park will later this year in Oman after years of research and development by the Dutch company Unlimited Snow.
David Rosenberg (pictured) has been elected second vice-chairman of IAAPA, following the passing of Al Weber Jnr, who had been elected to the position in September.