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Photo TR: Xiuquan Park (May 25, 2012)

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Today I found three more coasters to add to the database. I also learned of another coaster up in Shandong province, so I have discovered 99 coasters before they were found by RCDB or ACE. Today I visited Xiuquan Park in Guangzhou. This park is about a 20 minute walk from Guangzhou north railway station. The park is built around a man-made lake that features an island. Most of the rides are located on the island and include a mouse, pirate ship, carousel, kiddie coaster, flume, frisbee, top spin and many others. The mouse coaster here is like many others I have ridden in Asia, but the kiddie coaster appeared to have an original layout. I have ridden several of these kiddie coasters that have a worm themed train and all of them have a different layout. I wonder if these rides are custom designs or if the company offers several models. Xiuquan Park is very nice and walking among the rides reminded me a little bit of Kennywood. There are no ravines or terrain woodies here, but the park is traditional and has a lot of trees. Xiuquan had a wave shuttle coaster that was removed a while back. Thankfully there are other examples of this ride and I have experienced them at other parks. The park also had disko coaster, but this has also been removed. I had a great time at the park and recommend it to anyone who is visiting China. I would recommend most parks here to visitors, despite the fact that many of them have basic coasters. The parks themselves are excellent. I have now found 99 coasters before RCDB or ACE could find them.


I have arrived at Xiuquan Park


Xiuquan Park has a lot of trees.


This kiddie ride is a new ride here.


A carousel is here.


These rides thrill visitors to Xiuquan Park.


These rides were built over the water.


A pagoda is on the man-made lake at Xiuquan Park.


This flume ride was a little rundown, but it was open today.


This kiddie coaster awaits visitors to Xiuquan Park.


The train on the kiddie coaster looks like a big worm.


Here is the lift for the kiddie coaster.


Kiddie coaster porn for you.


This is Xiuquan's mouse coaster. It is like others I have ridden.


Here is the lift of the mouse coaster.


The park had a third coaster-a wave shuttle, but it has since been removed.

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