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Strangest theme parks in the world

Strangest Theme Park, Darwin, Australia, Crocosaurus Cove view

Whether you are interested in or want to get weird funny, one of the best ways to do this is to visit, or virtual reality, the most bizarre theme parks in the world.

Here are some of the most telling examples:

Diggerland, England

With 4 different locations stretched over one million square meters, the building theme park is full of heavy machinery. More than 200,000 visitors come here every year and Spindizzy, a nice excavator, it took the cup and it spins.

The park has a team of stunt, "The Dancing Diggers", which offers private performances.

Suoi Tien Park, Vietnam

Located on a sacred place, this park would be like exactly like Buddhist heaven. It is full of statues and has an aquarium with 1,500 crocodiles (symbols of victory). Another area is that of "Secrets wizard Jungle", where visitors will see ogres, monsters and huge scorpions (symbols of transformation).

Seeking the Unicorn's palace in the park, these characters are considered gateways to the underworld. Here you will find rooms where you hear screaming and tourists who regret that they dared to go there.

Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin, Australia

This is a reptile park, where you can see huge crocodiles behind a transparent acrylic walls, a sort of tank filled with air, in which you sit. After you see live animals, stop by the shop out to buy genuine crocodile leather.

Dwarf Empire, Kunming, China

Located in southern China, and opened in 2009, this park is full of dwarfs, the people meant to entertain you, to members of staff. In total there are around 100 employee’s miniature scene that put ballet, break dancing and playing instruments. Small town built inside is a kind of empire, the Emperor, Empress and Parliament.

Bon Bon Land, Denmark

Named after a popular brand of candy in Denmark amusement park contains vomit rats, cows give milk and ants urinate. Disgusting scenes are inspired by candy name "bird droppings" or "dead flies".

However, the park is very popular and appreciated by children, who, surprisingly, seem to taste this kind of humor.

Dickens World, England

Want to enter a world of hunger, crime and mystery men? Go to the park that recreates Dickens's world of the nineteenth century, opened in 2007. You'll scare you when you enter and you will go to jail Marshals Boat "Great Expectations" postulate stage Magwitch's escape from prison.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

Opened in 2010, the world first Ferrari theme park is 180,000 square meters. Expect to find the fastest roller coaster in the world, advancing with a speed of 130 meters per second. Fans can vie with replica Ferraris.

Holy Land Experience, Orlando, Florida

Religious images are welcome anytime, but when a park is created on "Jesus Christ", things go a little crazy. It lies a few miles from Disney and attracts thousands of people every year, they can see the "Last Supper" passions and various other famous scenes.

Dubailand, Dubai

The largest outdoor water park in the world, Dubailand, is even coral beaches. May you find there pyramids, hanging gardens, replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.