South Korea is a dazzling destination boasting of a stylish mix of contemporary urban centres, unspoilt natural landscapes and cultural villages with years of well-preserved history, folklore and culture. South Korea is one of the top countries to visit in 2017. One of the most interesting attractions of South Korea is the world’s largest indoor theme park – Lotte World, that has already tasted success with both domestic and international tourists.
Lotte World Adventure is a major attraction of Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. This world class indoor theme park has already entered the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest indoor theme park! Lotte World Adventure is divided into two areas – an Indoor Adventure Park and an outdoor amusement park, Magic Island. Magic Island is an artificial island developed inside Seokchonhosu Lake with its own monorail transit system, shopping malls, a luxury hotel, a Korean folk museum, sports facilities and movie theatres.
Lotte World – Most popular family attraction in Seoul
Lotte World Adventure, the indoor theme park is further divided into four main floors – Adventure 1F Underland, Adventure 2F, Adventure 3F and Adventure 4F. Most of the rides are located at the Adventure 1F level. Adventure 2F has an exhilarating roller coaster, French Revolution, as its primary attraction. Adventure 3F has an exciting water ride, Jungle Adventure and the Folk Museum offering a rich insight into all aspects of Korean life – its people, history, culture, folklore, etc. The World Monorail is also located in the Adventure 3F, and it takes the visitors throughout the park. Adventure 4F has the Aeronauts Balloon Ride showcasing panoramic views of the entire park for the visitors and the Animal Theatre, a production aimed at kids.
Lotte World has plenty of exciting rides like The Gyro Drop and Gyro Swing and several more interesting joy rides like the Flume Ride, the Spanish Pirate Ship, Atlantis, Pharaoh’s Fury, Lotty’s Train, etc. The world’s largest indoor amusement park also offers colourful parades, film shows, laser shows and the vibrant World Carnival Parade, performed by over 200 artists.
Lotte World Theme Park – A heaven for foodies
The theme park is also a heaven for foodies as they can sample the very best of Korean and international cuisine in any of the 48 restaurants located in the park. The restaurants represent all the major cuisines of the world under one rooftop. Kids will have a field day at the game zones of the theme park like Mirror Maze, Tomb of Horror, Space Journey, etc.
Lotte World, ever since its opening in 12th July 1989, operates all-round the year and has been a massive success with the locals as well as foreign tourists. The world’s largest indoor theme park receives a whopping 7.3 million visitors each year and is one of the shining lights of Seoul’s tourist attractions.
If you are travelling with your family and are looking for a place for the kids to enjoy, head to Seoul in South Kores. Don’t forget to check out the Lotte World Adventure, and savour its various attractions.
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