Issue 5/2015: September/October 2015

Topic Overview (Excerpt):

  • "Baron 1898" Opened at Efteling
  • Ireland's Tayto Park with New Attractions
  • Germany's Jaderpark Invests in Popular Adventure Theme
  • "Mami Wata": A Splashy Adventure in the Salzburg Area
  • "Thunderbird" at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari
  •  Tamaro Park in the Swiss Region of South Ticino
  • 10 Years of Hong Kong Disneyland
  • Questions to Mark Haak Wegmann, CEO Center Parcs Europe
  • "Dino Splash" - Plopsa Coo's Splashy Sliding Fun
  • Aquacolors Porec - Another New Water Park for Istria, Croatia
  • Therme Loipersdorf - The "Original" Turns 40!
  • World Premier in Germany: AquaMagis Opens Two Standing Slides
  • New Bat Center at Schloss Thurn
  • EWA Summer Meeting 2015: Networking between Expo Milan & Alpe Foppa
  • Preview: EAS 2015 in Gothenburg + FSB/aquanale 2015 in Cologne
Special Feature
| Kärnan

Hyper Coaster Thrills Visitors at Hansa-Park

This summer Germany's Hansa-Park began presenting its guests one of the tallest rollercoasters in Europe. Cosmetic work on the 73 meter tall hypercoaster continues, but the coaster is already open for visitors ...

Special Feature
| Center Parcs "Le Bois aux Daims"

Close to Nature at France's New Holiday Park

Late this past June Center Parcs opened its latest facility, taking the total number of the company's parks up to 21. Center Parcs Le Bois aux Daims ("The Deer Forest") ... is an hour's drive north of the city of Poitiers ...

Special Feature
| Tiger World

New Tiger Show at Zoo d'Amnéville

Following a planning and construction period of two years, France's Amnéville Zoo celebrated the opening of its new "Tiger World" this past April. Located some 20 kilometers north of Metz in the Lothringen region, the zoo's new live spectacle is comparable with ...

Special Feature
| Singha

New Water Coaster for Siam Park

This summer has seen the latest addition to Siam Park. "Singha" is a spectacular innovation from Canadian manufacturer ProSlide which combines two newly developed technologies into a single hybrid attraction ...