Take a look at these pictures (possible slow loading times) and hold on to your socks! It is totally mindblowing!
The theming reminds me of Disney Sea. In fact the park looks like it's 2nd possibly only to DisneySea, and that'san amazing accomplishment!
Seriously, I thought you were talking about some kind of messed-up show or something.
We actually had a few riders reduced to tears when they got off in just the first few days of the public riding it....hysterical crying was a first for me :-P. The rest of the park is completely themed and really cool to wander through. Of course though the best part has to be the occasional ingrish :). On that note, reminding myself to not get any shirts with Chinese characters on it :). *** Edited 7/25/2006 3:13:57 AM UTC by Wolfhound***
That Superman clone looks great. It's amazing what some theming could do to an otherwise boring layout, and grass doesn't count!
It appears that their custom SLC is a clone of Kumali. I really like the layout of this new generation of SLC. And from every report I've read, Kumali is a smooth ride (so far). ;)
My only question/concern would be if they will be able to maintain the theming?
One thing though, in one of the pictures, you see a giant power line in the background.
Maybe it's themeing. ;) *** Edited 7/25/2006 4:26:12 AM UTC by Keith2005***
Edit: I see now. The park is brand freaking new.
*** Edited 7/25/2006 4:47:14 AM UTC by SFoGswim***
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What I loved is some of the shots I got from the queue line. I have 2 that I think really gives some great perspective of what the ride is like travelling through the mountain, but I have no way to easily host them. If someone else wants to, let me know and I'll send them.
1) The money to go check this place out
2) The ability to speak Chinese so I would not be lost
3) Enough of a stomach to better handle more of a variety of chinese food for the period of time i would be there
....and still going!
Imagine the Crystal Beach Cyclone with a Gerstlauer train
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