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Ha Long home to Southeast Asia's biggest theme park

Released at: 06:00, 24/01/2017

Ha Long home to Southeast Asia's biggest theme park

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Sun Group to open Dragon Park in Ha Long city on January 25.

by Nghi Do

The Sun Group will officially open the largest theme park in Southeast Asia, Dragon Park in Ha Long city, Quang Ninh province, on January 25

The park forms part of the Sun World Ha Long Park entertainment complex.

Dragon Park is the second-largest part of Sun World Ha Long Park, which opened after the Queen Cable Car, which made two world Guinness records, and the Sun Wheel were introduced in June last year.

Covering an area of 40 ha, the park has 30 rides certified by Technischer Überwachungsverein (TUV). This is the first theme park in Asia to be managed by Spanish group Parques Reunidos, which manages about 60 parks in 14 countries around the world. Rides are designed to suit people of all ages, including children, teenagers, and adults.

Dragon Park opens up a magical world with rides inspired by well-known fairytales, such as Magic Cup and Fairytale Train. Children can also join mini tours to explore Paris and the Eiffel Tower through the Tour de Paris. Teenagers and the whole family can ride on the two-story carousel or on a boat along the river under the shade of bamboo trees.  

The highlight of the theme park is rides such as the Phi Long Than Toc rollercoaster - the longest in Asia at a length of 1.1 km and built by B&M. The Rhino Sling has passengers go around giant horns and freefall at up to 65 km/h.

Experiential games such as Pirate Boat, Explorer and Dragon Track are a chance for visitors to explore Dragon Park in the best way possible. All rides have been imported from Europe.

Dragon Park will also attract tourists due to its scenery, with over 100,000 flower plants and 10,000 trees. Visitors can also rest at one of the restaurants in the park and enjoy diverse dishes and high quality service. 

Launched on the occasion of the Lunar New Year, Dragon Park is ready to welcome millions of visitors during the holiday. With Southeast Asia’s largest water park, in the same complex, to open to visitors in March, Dragon Park is the most modern tourism product Ha Long city has ever had and is expected to add to the appeal of the city.

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