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World’s Best Amusement Parks For Kids To Visit In 2019

Universal Studios Singapore (Sentosa Island)

While the popular belief might be that amusement parks are essentially meant for kids and younger minds to get the best out of rides and games but it is not so. Every grown-up person has a childlike nature somewhere hidden inside which needs to be rekindled sometimes.

Amusement park visits are a great way to do that in style and also in a fun manner. They bring us an adventurous spirit back in every person alike. Here is a list of the best amusement parks for toddlers and kids around the world to visit and make your travel experience thrilling:

  1. Universal Studios, Singapore: This spectacular theme park boasts of 24 attractions located in seven theme areas namely Hollywood, Madagascar, New York City, Sci-Fi City, The Lost World and Ancient Egypt. Spread over the largest area in Singapore, the visit to this city would go incomplete without going to Universal Studios!

  2. Gardaland, Italy: Located in the northeastern side of Italy, Gardaland offers a unique and incredible adventurous journey to everyone. Set yourself free over a majestic adventure with water-themed well and thrilling rides including Blue Tornado, Raptor, Magic Mountain, Sequoia Adventure, Oblivion- the Black Hole and many more. There is never a dull moment in this wonderful amusement park.

  3. Disneyland, Paris: Disney is one of those greatest studios which embarks on striking the human imagination and bring about creativity to the masses. Their films and characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and so on can never go out of date. Incredible themes like Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain brings up some breathtaking surprises for the visitors. It also offers entertainment complexes, musical tour of world attractions, roller coaster rides, shopping and much more.

  4. Aquaventure Waterpark at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, United Arab Emirates: This enormous theme park features marine activities, private beaches, and children’s play areas – a maze of kid-friendly tunnels, tubes, slides and climbing frames. It’s adjacent to the Atlantis The Palm resort, so you can get the most out of your holiday in Dubai.
  5. Pleasure Beach, United Kingdom: Blackpool here is once in a lifetime experience for the visitors. It also features legendary stage shows like Hot Ice, Craig Cristian Ken Webster, the Nickelodeon land and adrenaline-rushing rides such as head spinning roller coasters, attractive shows and also offers amazing discounts.

  6. Alton Towers, United Kingdom: Opened way back in 1980, Alton is listed in top 10 amusement parks in the world which are must-visit. Consisting of a theme park, water park , and a hotel complex along with treatment rooms in Staffordshire, England. Enjoy the tropical Caribbean themes, paradise plumbers, the master blaster roller coaster only at this magical destination.

  7. Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Orlando, United States: Taking inspiration from the Hollywood of The 1930s and 1940s, it is interestingly themed on all classic movies. The six themed areas namely the Hollywood Boulevard, Echo Lake, Streets of America, Animation Courtyard, The Toy Story Land and Pixar Place offer memorable experiences. The additional perk this place offers is an incredible dining experience for the visitors.


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Emma London
Emma London is a columnist and member of the ​CEOWORLD magazine editorial board. She's one of the magazine's founding editors and leads global newsroom coverage and management. Having lived in five different countries — the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, and the United Kingdom - Emma is obsessed with how tech empowers people from all walks of life. She is fluent in Spanish.
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