Dragon Park Ha Long

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Dragon Park
LocationHa Long, Quang Ninh, Vietnam
Coordinates20°57′20″N 107°02′59″E / 20.955479°N 107.049652°E / 20.955479; 107.049652Coordinates: 20°57′20″N 107°02′59″E / 20.955479°N 107.049652°E / 20.955479; 107.049652
OpenedJanuary 25, 2017
AreaHa Long city of Quang Ninh province
Attractions
Roller coasters3
Websitehttp://www.sundragonpark.com/

Dragon Park is the largest theme park in Southeast Asia located in Ha Long, Quang Ninh, Vietnam. It opened on January 25, 2017.[1] The amusement park is part of a large resort complex known as Sun World Halong Complex that includes an aerial tramway called the Queen Cable Car, Sun Wheel — a large observation wheel, as well as gardens, restaurants, a shopping district and a family entertainment center with arcade games. The Typhoon water park opened in April 2017 [2] The park was designed in 2015 by International Theme Park Services, Inc. (Cincinnati, Ohio) in collaboration with Wyatt Design Group and Hetzel Design, both based in California.[3]

Ownership[edit]

Dragon Park, including the SunWorld HaLong resort, is owned by Sun Group, a Vietnamese investment group that was established in 2007 and specializes in hospitality, real estate development and construction.

Roller coasters[edit]

Name Type Manufacturer Model Opened Other statistics
Dragon's Run
Formerly Time Machine and Led Zeppelin: The Ride at Freestyle Music Park
Steel Bolliger & Mabillard Sitting Coaster 2017
  • Length: 3,738 ft (1,139 m)
  • Height: 150 ft (46 m)
  • Inversions: 6
  • Speed: 65 mph (105 km/h)
[4]
Mysterious Journey Steel Vekoma Junior Coaster 2017
  • Length: 1,099.1 ft (335.0 m)
  • Height: 42.7 ft (13.0 m)
  • Speed: 28.5 mph (45.9 km/h)
[5]
Little Dragon's Flight Steel Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster 2017
  • Length: 1,295.9 ft (395.0 m)
  • Height: 64.3 ft (19.6 m)
  • Speed: 34.2 mph (55.0 km/h)
[6]

Attractions[edit]

Crazy Crane, a Topple Tower from a french park, Walygator Parc.

In addition to three roller coasters, the park has 29 rides including the drop tower, Rhino Sling; the Royal Carousel, Tow boat ride, Tea Cups, Little Dragon's Run, Circus Train and Garden Cruisers — a boat ride through tropical gardens.[7] Coming from France, the Topple Tower Tang'Or moved to Dragon Park and is named Crazy Crane.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://rcdb.com/12646.htm
  2. ^ "Typhoon Water Park - Sun World Halong Complex". Sun World. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  3. ^ "ITPS Completes Design Services for Major Leisure Complex in Vietnam". 2015-07-28. Retrieved 2017-02-16.
  4. ^ Marden, Duane. "Dragon's Run  (Dragon Park)". Roller Coaster DataBase.
  5. ^ Marden, Duane. "Mysterious Journey  (Dragon Park)". Roller Coaster DataBase.
  6. ^ Marden, Duane. "Little Dagon's Flight  (Dragon Park)". Roller Coaster DataBase.
  7. ^ "Parques Reunidos reinforces its international expansion with opening in Vietnam of largest park in Southeast Asia". Parques Reunidos Servicios Centrales. Retrieved January 31, 2017.
  8. ^ wonderworldweb.over-blog 11-01-2015