Suzhou Stingray

April 2008
Park World;Apr2008, p14
The article reports that the Suzhou Giant Wheel Park will open in China. The amusement park has been designed by Sanderson Group. The park's major attraction is a 120-metre-tall giant Ferris Wheel overlooking Jinji Lake. The park will also launch the Stingray, a coaster from Vekoma, which features a compact layout and 370-metres of track.


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