Our wonderful planet has no end of fabulous things to do, no matter where we are, or how old we are. And there are few things that create genuine pent-up excitement more than amusement parks. The prospect of visiting will always thrill the kids – and maybe even some parents (wallet considerations aside.) They’re an international phenomenon, even in places that you never would think of having such a thing in their midst (we’re talking to you, Paris.) Prior to the pandemic, in 2019, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, for example was visited by over 20 million people. (We’ve written a lot about the company – click here.)
So what are we talking about here? Inclusivity. There are so many to choose from, you may never be able to visit them all. And that’s just Disney. They also own Universal properties, as well, one of which is Universal Studios, Hollywood and all over Europe and Asia. Surely their most popular attractions is Jurassic World. Wild, fast, and scary, it’s not for everyone. And not everyone is able to ride it: when you’re too short, too young, have medical conditions etc. Maybe you’re one of them. But, if you’re not, how would you like to take a Jurassic front seat ride? How can you say no? Watch the video below for spills and thrills. Video courtesy of, ThemeParkTracker.com
Click here for the Universal Studios Japan experience, courtesy of our affiliate friends, Klook.
There is also a theme park (but not Jurassic Park) in Japan. Click here.
Stay at the exciting Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows click here to book.
Just to give you the size and scope of Disney alone, look at these statistics:
Florida, USA: Walt Disney World (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom Hollywood Studios + Disney Spring)
California, USA: Disneyland Resort (Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure)
Paris, France : Disneyland Paris (Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park)
Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disney Sea)
Hong Kong : Hong Kong Disneyland
Shanghai, China: Shanghai Disneyland
12go can get you all over Asia. Click here to explore. Plains, trains and more!