If you’re not a theme park aficionado and haven’t heard about China’s World of Warcraft-themed attraction, World Joyland is basically an unofficial theme park inspired by the video game series World of Warcraft. It reportedly cost $48m (£30m) to build. Continue reading for more pictures, videos and information.
There is one section of the park devoted entirely to World of Warcraft — deftly named “Terrain of Magic,” as licensing agreements just get in the way of business in China — which features a huge log flume ride called “Splash of Monster Blood.”
Dragon Roaring Heaven is the above roller coaster, as well as the name of your next metal band. It’s very similar to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in Disney World. Except, you know, themed on the extinction of the T-Rex instead of the California gold boom in the 1800s.