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Tag : Amusement Parks

Tag : Amusement Parks

DISNEY WORLD, FLORIDA

Sometimes referred to as Disney World, the Walt Disney World Resort, is an entertainment complex opened on October 1, 1970 and was founded by Roy Disney and Walt Disney. Attracting over 35 million tourists every year, Walt Disney World is considered the most visited vacation resort in the world today. Covering a massive area of land of over 27,000 acres, Walt Disney is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world, in which it ...


TOKYO DISNEYLAND

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is among the most visited travel destination in the world. Home to a population of over 12 million people, Tokyo is a very beautiful place filled with lots of amazing things to do. Tokyo, meaning eastern capital, is the largest city of Japan. The city’s rich historical past and unique culture attracts people from all over the world to come and experience fun to the fullest. The massive size ...


HONG KONG DISNEYLAND

There are lots of interesting places worth visiting in the world and Hong Kong is one of them. It is a place with loads of amazing cultural backgrounds, rich historical pasts and home to a lot of great attractions that offer every visitor the satisfaction and fun they crave for. Renowned for its unique culture, traditions and languages, Hong Kong is fast becoming a top spot among tourist all over the world. Hong Kong is ...


SIX FLAGS ENTERTAINMENT CORP

Six Flags Entertainment Corp is one of the most incredible amusement parks in the United States where the entire family member can go to experience a memorable day. Six flag is a popular destination for tourists and families with lots of attractions and entertainment areas. This amazing place is the largest based on the number of properties and fifth most popular due to number of people it receives annually. The company has over 18 properties ...


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