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Postby lunaparkboy » Sun Oct 19, 2014 10:35 am

Hey guys!
can you recommend for me for parks with tagada ride?
I prefer around Europa but you can recommend me parks from all around the world :)
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Re: tagada

Postby larrygator » Sun Oct 19, 2014 11:49 am

Many other tagadas appear at European Fairs. The following are the ones I know of located at amusement parks.

Austria - Wiener Prater - Tagada
Greece - Magic Park - Tagada

Israel - Luna Park (Tel Aviv) - Tagada
UAE - Global Village - Tagada Disco
UAE - Sparky's Family Fun Center Khaladiyah - Mini Tagada
Kuwait Hawally Park - Tagada

Chile - Fantasilandia - Tagada

Thailand - Siam Park City - Tagada
Japan - Teine Olympia - Tagada
China - Cultural Palace Amusement Park - Tagada
China - Floraland - Tagada
China - Guang Zhou Space Flight Happiness World - Tagada
China - Nanhu Amusement Park - Tagada
China - People's Park of Nanning - Tagada
China - Shan GriLa Paradise - Tagada
China - Universal Carnival - Tagada
China - Zhongshan Park (Shenzhen) - Tagada
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Re: tagada

Postby WFChris » Sun Oct 19, 2014 3:16 pm

Also, according to one of Martins TRs, it appears that pretty much every park in Argentina has one :)

Or was it Chile. Not sure. But yeah. South America.
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Re: tagada

Postby larrygator » Sun Oct 19, 2014 3:20 pm

WFChris wrote:Also, according to one of Martins TRs, it appears that pretty much every park in Argentina has one :)

Or was it Chile. Not sure. But yeah. South America.


I have to admit, in the interest of time I just went to the Park Index, searched for the word "tagada" and any ride named Tagada came up. Maybe some of the South American ones weren't named Tagada, I'll double check when I can.
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Re: tagada

Postby WFChris » Sun Oct 19, 2014 4:03 pm

It is indeed Chile, and the Tagada packed P:TR is right here
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Re: tagada

Postby Geauga Dog » Sun Oct 19, 2014 4:34 pm

The Tagada seems to be one of the world's most popular flat rides yet we don't have any in U.S. What is the ride experience like and is it the fact the ride doesn't have any restraints which makes it a liability issue that prevents it from appearing here due to our sue happy culture?

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Re: tagada

Postby HAZE » Sun Oct 19, 2014 5:11 pm

Geauga Dog wrote:The Tagada seems to be one of the world's most popular flat rides yet we don't have any in U.S. What is the ride experience like and is it the fact the ride doesn't have any restraints which makes it a liability issue that prevents it from appearing here due to our sue happy culture?


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Re: tagada

Postby gerstlaueringvar » Sun Oct 19, 2014 6:46 pm

They have Ine in Guangzhou? I'm hopping in the subway right now!

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Re: tagada

Postby cfc » Sun Oct 19, 2014 6:49 pm

Geauga Dog wrote:The Tagada seems to be one of the world's most popular flat rides yet we don't have any in U.S. What is the ride experience like and is it the fact the ride doesn't have any restraints which makes it a liability issue that prevents it from appearing here due to our sue happy culture?


Hmm--could be.
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Re: tagada

Postby Jew » Sun Oct 19, 2014 10:28 pm

Geauga Dog wrote:The Tagada seems to be one of the world's most popular flat rides yet we don't have any in U.S. What is the ride experience like and is it the fact the ride doesn't have any restraints which makes it a liability issue that prevents it from appearing here due to our sue happy culture?


Exactly. You would definitely have to sign a waiver to ride it in the states, and even then I am sure people would try to sue. Would be a nightmare to get it insured.

That being said, Tagada's are just ridiculous amounts of fun.
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