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Tag Archives: amusement park
IAAPA, the international organization for amusement parks and theme parks, held its annual convention last week in Orlando. Always a glitzy affair the IAAPA Expo is actually open to the public, but admission costs are steep (well over $100/person) and … Continue reading
If Disney has any concerns about the viability of its theme parks in China, you need look no further than Wonderland. Construction on Wonderland, located outside of Beijing, started in 1998 but was never finished. Instead all that’s left is … Continue reading
A group from Baker Leisure Group, a themed design consultancy who has worked with pretty much everyone in Orlando at one time or another, is proposing to bring a new amusement park to the International Drive area of Orlando. The … Continue reading
Apparently it involves big bellies… Coming soon to a theme park near you? On second thought, there is so much titillation and stereotyping in this ad, I’m no longer amused. Is this sort of thing typical in Japan?