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ISSUE 2 2012


p44, Canadian science centre Telus Spark


p72, Attractions celebrate London 2012


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p56, Child’s play at KidZania Kuala Lumpur


56 Mystery shopper: Role Model


We visit Kidzania Kuala Lumper where children get to act our adult professions


60 New opening Cutty Sark


The world’s oldest tea clipper opened in April after a £50m development project, which included unexpected fi re damage


64 Waterparks In depth


Waterparks continue to grow in popular- ity, as these case studies testify


70 Jubilee: Diamond opportunity


Advice for operators on how to make the most of the forthcoming Diamond Jubilee


AM 2 2012 ©cybertrek 2012


84 Buyers’ guide A source of attractions services


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72 Olympics: Lasting legacies


The events of 2012 will be beamed around the world. We look at ways that UK operators can capitalise on this opportunity and some of the attractions that have been built in preparation


76 Ticketing Tailor made


Operators can now request bespoke tick- eting solutions from suppliers, as their systems become even more sophisticated


82 Product focus: FUN-KIT


A selection of the latest products


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