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Alpine Coaster and Summer Toboggan Runs Over the last year, we reported on 13 coasters, in 2016, there were 17 at a total length of almost 11.4 km. The total number of uphill run metres now lies at around 6100. Plus, an existing system was...

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Halong City is the cultural, economic and political centre of the Vietnamese province of Quang Ninh. Halong Bay is internationally renowned and has been recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its thousands of natural islands. A double...

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The E-DA world in Kaohsiung/Taiwan is a 90-hectare site featuring a shopping, hotel and leisure complex and with an area of ​​58,000 m², it is one of the largest shopping centres in Asia. The leisure park boasts approximately 50 attractions and also...

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The installation of the Wie-Li incl. the Canyon route expansion, which was installed and completed in May and June of this year, is now complete. Riders love this additional section of the course and you can hear this as they screams mixed with joy,...

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On August 1, welcomed our new apprentices. Ten young people will be trained as technical system planners, construction mechanics, electronic engineers and industrial clerks. This brings the number of apprentices in the company to 29, because...

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Huà Shān is one of China’s five sacred mountains. The massif is famous for its steep, picturesque cliffs and its dangerous walkways to the summit. Along the path there are monasteries, pagodas, temples and bridges and three cable cars take those...

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Local and tourists in Wales can now look forward to a new attraction: "Bounce Below" is the largest trampoline system underground. It hangs in a cave, twice as big as St. Paul's Cathedral in London - and it is 111 metres high. Once they hit the...

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For a long time, major secrecy surrounded "The Ultimate Abyss" slide on the largest cruise ship in the world, the "Harmony of the Seas", but now we can report on the assembly and completion of this extraordinary project. The "fall" into the...

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At the beginning of 2016 Royal Caribbean International sent one of its ships, Liberty of the Seas, to dry dock in Freeport, in the Bahamas, for an overhaul. Following a climbing wall, surf simulator, zip line and other features, the shipping line...

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The end of January saw work begin on the assembly of the approximately 600 metre long Alpine Coaster in Chiang Mai, which, with around 140,000 inhabitants, is the largest and most culturally-significant city in northern Thailand. Assembly...

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