July 26, 2017: Window Of The World (Changsha, Hunan, China)
I visited the Window Of The World in Changsha today. It would be my second visit to this park. My first time here was in 2010. Some things have changed. Some rides have been removed or closed and more rides have been build. The loopscrew has closed and is being used a a war games simulator. That is kind of cool use for an old worn out ride. The newest coaster to open here is Moto Coaster (#1085) and I enjoyed this very much. It is a Zamperla ride. It is nice to ride the real thing when there are so many knockoffs in this park. I also rode the spinning coaster here by Beijing Jiuhua. There is a new Chinese SLC knockoff being built. I have included a couple of photos of it here.
I like Changsha's Window Of The World better than the one in Shenzhen. They are more models of landmarks in Shenzhen, but the park only has about six rides. Changsha's Window Of The World is more of a full scale park. Both parks are owned by OCT.
I will visit the other Window Of The World today. This one is in Changsha, Hunan province in China.
I have just entered the park.
These double-decker carousels are all over China.
Moto Coaster would be my first ride of the day.
It is a fun ride.
This was right before I got to ride.
It became coaster #1085 for me to ride.
I rode this on my first visit. It is now closed forever. A war games role play is here now and it uses the coaster as part of the scenery.
The flume had the longest line of anything today. It has been very hot this summer.
This train shuttles guests between the rides area and the water park.
I rode this spinning coaster in 2010 and I rode it again today.
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