Photo TR: Xinhu Park (February 8, 2018)

A visit to a city park in Maoming in western Guangdong
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Photo TR: Xinhu Park (February 8, 2018)

Postby The Angry Darren Mullins » Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:00 am

February 8, 2018: Xinhu Park in Maoming, Guangdong, China

This old park is in western Guangdong. It recently went through a renovation and all of the rides were replaced with new rides. There is a common jungle mouse here and two powered kiddie coasters. There is also a nice flume ride. The park is located in the city center in Maoming and is a nice place to relax. A couple of downsides are that the kiddie coasters, depsite having photos that show adults riding, do not seem to carry adults...or maybe they just found it strange that I would want to ride them. They said it would break the ride. Seriously. The other downside is that the big rides are a bit expensive. It was 30 RMB (currently USD $4.80) for the mouse. I found this park before ACE or RCDB a few years ago, but did not visit until now. I have now ridden 1130 coasters and found 411 coasters before ACE or RCDB.
Xinhu Park Entrance.jpg
I have arrived at Xinhu Park. I love the entrance to this place.
Xinhu Scenery.jpg
This neat bridge is in the park.
Xinhu Lake.jpg
This lake is in the park.
Xinhu Mouse.jpg
Ahhh yes...a jungle mouse. Coaster #1130 for me to ride.
Xinhu Mouse 2.jpg
It is like so many others I have visited.
Xinhu Flume.jpg
A nice flume is here. I took this picture while boats were going down both drops.
Xinhu Carousel.jpg
Here is the carousel shot for this place.
Xinhu Castle.jpg
This is a walk through attraction.
Xinhu Kiddie Coaster 1.jpg
The park has this little kiddie coaster.
Xinhu Kiddie Coaster 2.jpg
They will not let adults ride-despite having a picture of adults riding with kids. They told me that it will cause the coaster to come off the track.
Xinhu Shark Coaster 2.jpg
The park also has the kiddie coaster and again, adult passengers are shown on the ride, but I was denied a spin.
Xinhu Shark Coaster 1.jpg
Here is another look at this to finish the TR.

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