01.03.2012 19 °C
Lotte World here we come! This packed theme park has about six million visitors annually. It made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest indoor theme park in the world. Entrance fee is 26,000 won which is about $23CAD. The best way to get there is by taking the subway which is exactly what we did.
The park is divided into 2 sections, the indoor and the outdoor section. The inside section is “Adventure Land” which covers many acres or different streets representing different countries. Each country represented has tons of activities, entertainment, restaurants, and shops. Keeps you quite busy. Inside there is also a Folk Museum for those people who didn’t quite get a fill of it yesterday - we did so there was plenty else to see.
The outdoor section is “Magic Island”. This part will remind you of Disney World with a fairytale castle, rides, walking trails, and laser shows.
For those out there who enjoy feeling like you are falling from a building, then Lotte World has the rides for you. Super thriller rides with steep drops. Not my kind of ride for sure but I know Jodi and Andrea had a riot on those rides.
After all the excitement on the rides Andrea and Jodi needed a break so we decided to go skating at the indoor rink. It may not have been such a great idea... Jodi and Andrea especially had a hard time standing up on their skates after the earlier excitement. Let’s just say that skating did not last very long so instead we went to the Folk Museum. Andrea’s favourite place so far on the trip - we know how much she loves history.
Walking around the museum, Jodi was soaking up all the information and learning stuff while Andrea and I were not as interested. It must have been the long day we had because normally Andrea and I would have been all over that history. No worries, we'll just ask Jodi later.
Better rest up for tomorrow because more excitement awaits us at Everland!