AFTER bearing the burden of an everyday routine there is nothing more likely to reinvigorate your soul than by testing your nerve.
A dose of adrenalin straight to your veins is always a sure-fire way to help you recover a true appreciation of life.
Booked.net writer Olga Leleka was inspired to search YouTube and found some people putting themselves to the test in the world’s most famous amusement parks.
Check out the videos.
5. Everland, Seoul, South Korea
A day is not enough to enjoy everything in Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park and 13th in the world in terms of visitor numbers, but it is enough to give thrill-seekers a taste of the action.
As well as the multitude of rides and extreme attractions that are active in a daytime and start sparkling with lights after a sunset, there is also a waterpark and zoo for those with more sedate tastes.
The following video captures a real experience from a traveler on a visit to Everland:
4. Universal Studios, Osaka, Japan
Ranking at ninth in the top 25 amusement parks in the world, there is a place in Osaka that no traveler should pass by.
Universal Studios, Japan amusement park offers a little something for everyone from extreme rides, to shows and tasty popcorn.
The star of the video below bought a year-log pass to Universal Studios and captured this footage.
3. Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Florida, United States
From its birth on May 1, 1989, Disney’s Hollywood Studios were bound to stand out as different from other Disney’s parks.
Part of the Walt Disney World Resort, Disney’s Hollywood Studios pays tribute to the Hollywood “Golden Years” of the 190s and 40s and consequently is set-out more like a studio lot without a defined layout and all attractions and buildings just blending into each other.
A creative composition of realistic sets, cartoon heroes, funny rides and children’s smiles is a small part of what Disney’s Hollywood Studios is all about.
2. Pleasure Beach Blackpool, United Kingdom
The park earned notoriety after the two trains of the wooden ride Big Dipper collided on August 11, 2009. Nearly 21 people were injured in the incident.
Before the incident the ride Big Dipper was known as being a unique classic construction dating back to 1923.
Now it has been improved and there are some people really obsessed with the nostalgia surrounding such classic rides:
1. Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Cedar Point truly deserves all its credentials as the roller coaster capital of the world.
Opened in 1870 it is the second oldest operating amusement park in the United States.
A variety of breathtaking rides includes over 17 thrilling roller coasters – it is the only amusement park in the world with four taller than 61 meters – testing your nerve.