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Monday, November 26, 2012

Our World - Everland Theme Park

One of the top amusement parks in South Korea is Everland Theme Park located in Yongin. Although I find the attractions not as entertaining as the ones in Disneyland and Universal Studios Singapore, the beauty of this park is impressive.

The theme park consists of  5 distinct zones namely Global Fair, Zoo-Topia, European Adventure, Magic Land and American Adventure. I didn't get to see everything due to lack of time but it's still an enjoyable day and a pretty good theme park in its own right.

It was a weekend when we visited the park and as expected, there were extremely long queues at the ticket booths.

While waiting for my tour guide to collect ticket passes, I spent my time wandering around the park at the height of the autumn season. The air was crisp and refreshing and not too cold either.

As we entered the park, we were warmly welcomed by the delightful Christmas decorations  bringing festive joy to everyone.

Moving along the Magic garden, we came across this enchanting Christmas magic tree dressed in glittering reindeers, lovely ribbons and shiny baubles.

One of the most thrilling rides in the park, the Double Rock Spin will leave your head spinning 360 degrees in the air. Definitely not for me. I'll probably suffered a massive heart attack if I ever get on one.

We proceeded to take the cable car which took us downhill to another zone.

We discovered Mystery Mansion where visitors are allowed to shoot 'ghosts' with laser guns.

Here's a view of T-Express, the world's steepest wooden roller coaster, stretching as far as the eyes can see. It looks terrifying and I don't think i can handle this kind of ride either. I almost get sick watching it and definitely not for the faint-hearted.

Within the park, there are also beautiful gardens and lovely flower arrangements which have been year-round fixtures since 1985 for the Rose Festival.

 Our World


  1. This theme park looks so beautiful! I would love to sit on that cable car! : )

  2. Beautiful interesting pictures!
    Nice day

  3. what a nice journey!!Beautiful images!!nice to see how it is down there..amazed by the mosques..didnt know they had buildings like that down there..seems very uptodate town!!Besautiful!enjoy your voyage!!
    Greetings From Norway and thanx for sharing

  4. Bonza photos, i especially like the Christmas Magic Tree.

  5. Wow! What a fascinating park and so complex ~ Fantastic photography ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ on Blogger ^_^

  6. Such a fun looking, fascinating park indeed and such wonderful captures as always!! Thanks for sharing the fun!!!

  7. That looks like fun - I'd love that huge roller coaster! I'll be at DisneyWorld (Florida) with the family soon, I'm looking forward to it.

  8. What a lovely park - looks fun too.

  9. these are beautiful photos! i;d love to try all the rides--especially the scary ones.:p the lights here must be fabulous at night.

  10. So interesting. It looks like Disney Land but it's different from it.

  11. Great tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  12. Looks like such a fun place. I think I would pass on that roller coaster too or anything that does a 360 degree turn. The Christmas magic tree reminds me of a gigantic cupcake. :)

  13. I'm not a fan of this kind of parks but this one looks very organised. I like the Christmas tree!

    I will go there to visit the Ho Am Art Museum, which is located in the park:)

  14. Wow, it looks like you had fabulous weather, what gorgeous blue skies! I like the look of this park as I like the idea of the greenery and beauty in amongst the attractions. My favourite photos are the one with the cable car and the one with the view of the T Express.

    So good to have you back - I missed you!

  15. Woot! I didn't know there's a theme park here! :)

  16. I wanna make a wish underneath the enchanting Christmas magic tree! :)

  17. Love theme parks and if we ever visit Korea, will def add this spot to our agenda! :)