Monthly Archives: February 2015

Rainbow’s End Amusement/Theme Park

Rainbow’s End is currently New Zealand’s largest theme park, opened in 1982.  There are two primary attractions: New Zealand’s only corkscrew rollercoaster, which is 90 feet high and contains 3 inversions, a vertical loop, and a double corkscrew, and the StratosFEAR, one of only 4 on the planet and supposedly one of the scariest rides on earth, featuring a 360 degree rotation.

Luna Park

Luna Park

Brooklyn, New York

This six-acre amusement park is located on the historic Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn and is part of New York City’s effort to revitalize historic Coney Island. Luna Park is the first new amusement park to be built in Coney Island in over 40 years.

Luna Park offers visitors a variety of exciting amusement park rides, games of chance, mouth-watering treats at five food kiosks and Cyclone Café, a full service restaurant at the corner of Surf Avenue and West 10th. The park’s collection of rides includes family rides, fast spinning rides and thrilling roller coasters.

For 2011, the park expanded with the addition of Scream Zone, an extreme park, with four adrenaline-packed rides, including two new roller coasters. Luna Park is also now the operator of the historic Coney Island Cyclone wooden coaster.

Rides at Luna Park are priced on a pay-as-you-go basis. Unlimited ride wristbands are offered on select days.

Park type: Amusement Park
Opening year: 2010
Park size: 6.2 acres
Attractions: 23
Roller Coasters: 5

See: Luna Park Roller Coasters

Park Location

1000 Surf Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11224

Phone: 718-373-5862

Map & Directions

Luna Park Location Map & Directions

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Cosmo’s World Theme Park, Kuala Lumpur

The Cosmo’s World Theme Park is located inside of the Berjaya Times Square shopping mall along Jalan Imbi, on the fifth to seventh floor of this mall. The Cosmo’s World Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia which covers an area of approximately 380,000 sq. feet. This park opening Hours are: 12.PM TO 10 PM Monday-Friday and 11AM to 10: PM – Saturday & Sunday and Malaysia Public / School Holidays. Entrance Fees to park are: Monday – Thursday: Adults – (32-38 Malaysia Ringgit), or U.S $9-11 equivalent, while Children below 12 years old pays 22-28 Malaysia Ringgit) or U.S. $ 6-8; however, on Saturdays and Sundays and on Malaysia Public / School Holidays: Adults – have to pay between 37-43 Malaysia Ringgit), or U.S$ 10- 12 while Children (below 12 years) –27.00-33.00 Malaysia ringgit); on the other hand, Senior Citizen (55 years and older): are charged a set price of 15 Malaysia Ringgit while children below three years old are FREE.


This theme park is a standalone for adult and children alike; as a matter of fact, it’s equipped with different kinds of rides and entertainment for your entire families. Four of the rides are thrill rides which are specially designed for Cosmo’s World Theme Park. Amongst these rides, the most thrilling would be the 800 meter long Supersonic Odyssey roller coaster. There is also the 30-meter high Spinning Orbit, the Human DNA and the Space Attack which will definitely make anyone adrenaline pumps a few times faster than the norms. Also Cosmo’s World Theme Park has less thrilling rides which are more families oriented.


Some of the amenities available at this Park include Kids Theatre and party rooms that can be booked in advance for special occasions or for birthdays. Indeed, this theme park is a must visit especially if you have older kids. Cosmo’s World Theme Park is equipped with a total of 14 different rides; in fact, this theme park will be able to cater to everyone’s needs. This is the historical site where Malaysia declared their independence, on 31st August 1957. This is also were the annual national day parade is held.

by Carl Harrison








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Tokyo Dome City is an entertainment, shopping, and amusements attraction in Tokyo. Part of the Tokyo Dome City is an amusement park featuring a collection of exciting rides and thrilling roller coasters. In 2003, Tokyo Dome City attractions expanded by adding an area called LaQua.

There best ride is the Thunder Dolphin’ (¥1030), a roller coaster, that cuts a heart-in-your-throat course in and around the tightly packed buildings of downtown.


Arena Food

Whether you are on American soil or visiting venues around the world, you will get a different experience as it pertains to the kind of food that is available while you enjoy the sport at play.

For this assignment you will scour the internet looking for food that is available at a sporting venue. In other words, identify the venue that you could go to and what you might eat there. Please do not pick a sporting venue in NYC.

Some helpful suggestions would be looking at Yelp reviews for these venues, and looking at the menus that might be available. Have fun with this!