TIC Park comes with a commitment to fuse fun with an understanding of information technology and communications, making it unique in Colombia (or possibly all of Latin America).
Ilkka Länkinen, who together with his wife Katja has been delivering Christmas experiences in the Arctic Circle since 1997, explains how Santa Park extends its season by targeting corporate business with unique offerings such as the new Arctic Treehouse Hotel (pictured below).
Park World speaks to the Dutch design firm responsible for master planning the latest statement-making theme park from China’s Wanda group.
François Mayné profiles the French park, now under the ownership of Looping Group, that launched three new rides for 2016.
The world’s first Nickelodeon branded waterpark has opened at Sunway Lagoon in Malaysia, featuring SpongeBob SquarePants and friends plus a host of exciting attractions from WhiteWater inside a tropical 10- acre landscape.
Astrid González Nariño reports on how a selection of custom-desgned parks and playgrounds across Latin America, while we also take a look at a North American amusement park about to expand with the inclusion of a new accessible waterpark.
When it soft opened last summer, Splashworld Provence enjoyed the distinction of being the first new waterpark in France since the mid 1980s, but it might not be the last.
Following the announcement that 2016 will be the last season for Wet ‘n Wild Orlando, Park World pays tribute to what is widely acknowledged to be the world’s first waterpark by publishing an exclusive extract from park founder George Millay’s 2003 biography The Wave Maker.
A shopping mall owner/operator from the northern Chinese city of Harbin reckons he’s hit on a fresh family entertainment centre concept and he plans to roll out it out to half a dozen new locations around the country.