Tuesday, September 08, 2009

China Suzhou Amusement Park

Suzhou ChinaSuzhou China 


This is My World Tuesday, I want to bring you to see a fun theme park in China Suzhou: Suzhou Amusement Park is located in the center of Suzhou High New District, foot of Lion Hill, covering an area of 540 thousand square meters. It is also named as Suzhou Amusement Land. Locally known as "China's Disney World". When we talk about China with our kids, they always think of the old temple and Chinese traditional Garden scenery. That is why most of the Singaporean children prefer to go Australia, Korea for year end school holidays. Most of the young kids do not really appreciate the gardens, temples, and historical culture in China. So I believe the Suzhou Amusement Park is a high light to our young children. The Suzhou Amusement Park has two distinct divisions. It was built o­nly a few years ago, and is modeled o­n leading Western amusement parks. These two major divisions are called the water world and the happiness world respectively. The park boasts two international standard steel frame roller coasters - o­ne even with an inverted ride. The other like, Vertical landing, Hawaii waves, etc  will sure make Children scream till tears come out but still want to try one more time. The park also includes a large water park, complete with wave pools, rafting, a tangle of water slides of all types - all making it a modern amusement paradise combing the modern high technology equipment, the scenery of European and American Towns and the charming scenery. This is a good place for everyone, a place full of fun and enjoyment. It is a popular hotspot for all ages.


So what is your plan for this year end school holidays? Just keep in mind, there is a lot of fun in Suzhou Amusement Park and let your Children knows more about China, China is not a travel attraction place with only temples.

10 comments:

Wolynski said...

Fantastic amusement park. Children prefer thrill rides, not culture - good idea to combine them. Great photos.

Coffeedoff said...

Lovely set of pictures.

SandyCarlson said...

What a beautiful place.

Linnea W said...

I love your watery Wed. shot. How impressive that fountain is! Thanks for the info on this park...

Joanne MV said...

Hope that I can visit China in the future :)

Happy WW!

J Bar said...

Great but the lions are a bit scary.
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Photo Cache said...

the lion looks a bit severe you know. quite scary :)

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floreta said...

wow what a cool looking place and i love the fountain!

Tammie Lee said...

This is a wonderful fountain, so unique. My mother would love it, being a leo. I will have to show her.

SandyCarlson said...

What an incredible place.