Issue 1/2021: January/February 2021

Topic Overview (Excerpt):

  • Rookburgh in Phantasialand: A New Level of Theming
  • Masha and the Bear at The Land of Legends
  • Play: CBUS Indoor Climbing in Ohio
  • Energylandia: Waterpark Expansion
  • Qetaifan Island North: The Mega Tourism Project in Qatar
  • New High-Tech Slides in Esbjerg
  • Modern & Energy-Saving: New Slide at Germany’s DanGastQuellbad
  • Silvretta Therme: Relax in Ischgl
  • The House of Cointreau
  • Retail & Merchandising "at a Distance"
  • Ethereal Fragrances in Action against "Covid-19"
  • Technology News
Special Feature
| Ticiland

Switzerland's First Indoor Theme Park

The tranquil Swiss town of Stein am Rhein is located not far from the German border to the west of Lake Constance. At the end of July 2019 construction work began there on a special leisure park project. And on 10 October 2020 the first indoor leisure park in Switzerland was opened on schedule – punctual as Swiss clockwork ...

Special Feature
| Projection Mapping

Creating the Perfect Illusion

Projection mapping technology has long been in use now in the amusement park industry, especially in dark outdoor settings and in indoor themed attractions such as dark rides. In the meantime projection mapping has become something of a “must have” at theme parks for the design of fully-immersive experiences as a means of extending visitor stays at a park ...

Special Feature
| Big Splash

Slide Fun at Waterparks Down Under

While winter takes hold in our part of the world, down in the Southern Hemisphere the summer season is in full swing. Summer in Australia can be very hot, a fact that has made water parks important recreational elements for the “Aussies”. And to stay competitive Australian water parks are continuously investing in new attractions ...

Special Feature
| Don't Stop Marketing!

Catching Chances in Times of Crisis

Crises are often the catalyst for innovation and repositioning. Especially in times of lockdown it is more important than ever for companies to enable their brand to be experienced. Bringing our activities to a complete standstill would not be the right solution for the situation at the time, or would involve additional risks and losses ...