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Yas Waterworld makes a splash with first 5D cinema


China prepares to welcome


new trio of Six Flags parks Six Flags Entertainment Corporation and its development partner, Riverside Investment Group, have announced continued growth in the China market with the planned addition of three new branded parks. The parks will be located in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province and the second


largest city in the East China region. Six Flags Nanjing will offer a range of experiences with a theme park, waterpark, and an adventure park, with the first phase of the multi-million dollar entertainment complex expected to open in 2021. The theme park and waterpark will boast roller coasters, rides, waterslides, and


attractions along with themed sections celebrating time-honoured Chinese and American traditions. For the most daring enthusiasts, Six Flags Adventure Park, another of which is being built in Chongqing, will be the region’s top destination for high adrenaline thrills. rom motocross bicycle races along rugged terrain, to whitewater rafting and zip lining or rock climbing high above the ground, guests will have the opportunity to take on new challenges in a natural environment.


revealed Cinesplash, the first attraction of its kind in the UAE. Created by Attraktion, Cinesplash uses special effects to take guests on a simulated journey through UAE legends. Inspired by the UAE’s pearl diving


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past, the 3D film “Legend of the Lost Pearl” follows Dana in her quest through the sands of Abu Dhabi to recover her humble village’s rightful beacon of prosperity, the Mother Pearl. True to the waterpark experience, effects include spraying water, water


explosions, rain waterfalls, neck blasts, water guns, and fountains. RGB lighted bubbles in the theatre walls and ceiling are accompanied by ground fog, leg ticklers, wind effects, seat vibrations and three degrees of motion. To ensure total immersion into the adventure, 45-50cm of water will flood the theatre. Yas Waterworld’s Cinesplash is set to open in June 2018, with plans to add new titles to the cinema in around two years.


nnounced during the Arabian Travel Market, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi


Theme Parks & Entertainment Development Forum focuses on Saudi Arabia’s leisure and entertainment


With the Middle East’s focus on developing its entertainment sector, the 4th Annual Theme Parks & Entertainment Development Forum was held in Dubai from 7-8 May at the Meydan Hotel. The forum, hosted by leading events company IQPC, is now in


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its 4th year and provided insights and opportunities on the growing cluster of leisure attractions in the Middle East including cinemas, museums, water parks, zoos, family entertainment centres, stand-alone attractions, aquariums, and more. Given the recent entertainment and leisure developments in Saudi Arabia, the event hosted senior stakeholders from the Kingdom representing Public Investment Fund; Al Qiddiya City; Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (Invest Saudi); Saudi Vision 2030 - Quality of Life Programme; General Entertainment Authority; Jeddah Economic Company; Al Hokair Group; King Abdullah Economic City; Jabal Omar Development Company, and more.


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