Recreation, refreshment and a whole lotta fun and nerves, these are the selling points of any would be amusement park. However, not all parks are made the same. Here are some of the stranger amusement parks from around the globe.
Action Park in New Jersey
This park has been famous, or rather infamous, for its injuries. Ambulances have been called in this park on a few occassions. It has been said that it is not of the best design and some of the rides are constructed shoddily. Th epark closed in 1996 and reopened as Mountain Creek Waterpark in 1998.
Wunderland Kalkar in Germany
The construction was started but various issues and other protests stopped it. After the disaster at Chernobyl it was cancelled. A Dutch Entrepreneur purchased it and this was turned into an amusement park with numerous rides.
Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park in China
This suspicious but familiar looking castle is an entertaining place with famous cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse, Hello Kitty, Donald Duck, Winnie the pooh and many others.
Love land in South Korea
Located at Jeju Island, it is a very important place in South Korea. This park, in 2004, presented featured statues and exhibitions based on sexual activities. This attraction is only open to the visitors over 18.
Parque Jaime Duque in Colombia
This is an amusement park with a few strange statues. Seven hundred statues are in the park along with a small version of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World.
Ferrari World in UAE
Formula Rossa, the fastest Roller Coaster in the world, is located here along with the fammouns Ferrari logo. This is the largest indoor amusement park and covers around two million square feet.
World Joyland, China
This is one of the most popular amusement parks in China. Cosplayers love to show off their creations to visitors.