A faulty wave machine at a popular summer water park attraction in Jilin Province, China caused a 10-foot “tsunami” that swept away dozens of pool-goers.
The incident, which left 44 people injured, took place at the Yulong Shuiyun Water Amusement Park in the city of Longjing on Sunday, reports the South China Morning Post.
A Chinese theme park employee from Chongqing city has wowed netizens online for her unusual delivery method which involves her bungee-jumping to her destination to cut down on time.
As a member of Wansheng Dream Ordovician Park’s logistics team, part of Wan Tiandi’s jobs is to deliver meals to 200 of her colleagues at lunchtime, Shanghaiist reports.
Most of us who grew up watching or reading “Naruto” have once dreamt of becoming a “Hokage,” much like the ninja protagonist of the popular manga/anime franchise.
But while the chances of becoming the strongest shinobi in the entire Hidden Leaf Village may be highly far-fetched, a slice of that dream can now be realized by visiting a newly-opened theme park in Japan.
The Ice and Snow World, a frozen theme park in Harbin, Heilongjiang, reopened for trial operation on Sunday.
Covering an expanse of 600,000 square meters (60 hectares), the theme park took 15 days to build using 110,000 cubic meters (3.8 million cubic feet) of ice and 120,000 cubic meters (4.2 million cubic feet) of snow, Xinhua reported.
After giving up on his plans to crush Disney in China, Wang Jianlin — one of the country’s richest men — is back on the theme park business with eyes on the nation’s Communist party.
In a recent announcement, Wang’s Wanda Group — one of the world’s largest commercial real estate developers — said that it will spend 12 billion yuan ($1.74 billion) to build a theme park in Yan’an, the city that served as the headquarters of the Communist Party during the Chinese Civil War.
A male tourist in central China narrowly escaped likely death when he reached the end of a gap bridge just as his safety harness broke off.
The incident took place on Monday at the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park, a thrill-seeker’s paradise 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Chongqing.
The popular Tang dynasty theme park, Tang Paradise, in central China’s Shaanxi Province, Xi’an, attracted massive attention online after it announced a limited-time free pass offer to the first 618 female visitors.
Tang Paradise gave away the free tickets from June 15-19, just in time for the Dragon Boat Festival on June 18, according to Shanghaiist.
A video of a little boy mustering up a smile in the face of terror recently went viral on Chinese social media.
The short film, which was reportedly taken earlier this year during the Lunar New Year holidays, features a young child from China who was completely terrified of a fake dinosaur at a local theme park.
This extreme park in China, called the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park, should not be taken lightly.
Located in Chongqing, a major city in southwest China, the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park has super simplistic rides compared to traditional theme parks, with gargantuan roller coasters, a Ferris wheel, and other massive attractions.
Everland’s Tulip Festival is now in full bloom!
As part of their celebration, South Korea’s largest themepark has put the flower on its corn dogs – and wow, they do look appetizing!
Canadian-American film studio Lionsgate is gearing up to bring movies such as “The Hunger Games”, “Twilight Saga” and “Now You See Me” out of the big screen and into real life by opening a humongous 1.3 million-square-foot theme park in South Korea.
According to TheVerge, Lionsgate is partnering with Landing International to bring their theme park to Jeju Shinhwa World. The planned theme park will be part of one of South Korea’s largest integrated resorts found on Jeju Island.