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World’s First Dragon Ball Theme Park To Open In Saudi Arabia’s Qiddiya Entertainment City
Worlds First Dragon Ball Theme Park To Open In Saudi Arabias Qiddiya Entertainment City

Saudi Arabia has announced the construction of the world’s first Dragon Ball theme park, which is to be located in the Qiddiya Entertainment City.

The theme park will span 500,000 square meters and feature seven distinct zones with 30 themed rides, including a 70 meter dragon roller coaster at its center.

The attraction based on the Japanese anime franchise will also include Dragon Ball themed hotels and restaurants. 

The development at Qiddiya City, which is located 40 km from Riyadh, aims to position Saudi Arabia as a global entertainment destination.

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The Dragon Ball Theme Park

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The Dragon Ball Theme Park, spanning a staggering 500,000 square meters, is designed to recreate iconic settings from the series. The Dragon Ball theme park, set against the backdrop of Tuwaiq mountains in Qiddiya City, will be divided into seven distinct zones, each representing a different Dragon Ball. 

The meticulous attention to detail in the design of these zones promises to transport visitors to the world of Goku and his friends.

Attractions at Dragon Ball Theme Park

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The Dragon Ball theme park at Qiddiya will feature over 30 themed rides that promise an exhilarating experience. Among these attractions, five are touted to be state-of-the-art rides that will push the boundaries of amusement park technology. 

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The Dragon Ball theme park will also feature some of the iconic landmarks from the Dragon Ball sagas, including Kame House island, Capsule Corporation, and Beerus’ Planet.

Shenron Rollercoaster

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The highlight of these attractions is the towering Shenron rollercoaster. The statue of the legendary dragon from the series stands at an impressive 70 meters, with the roller coaster weaving its way through the structure.

More Than Just A Park

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Apart from the thrilling rides, the Dragon Ball Theme Park also offers a range of accommodations and dining options. 

With hotels and restaurants designed to mirror the settings in the series, visitors can extend their adventure beyond a single day. The Dragon Ball theme park is not just about visiting the Dragon Ball universe; it’s about living in it.

A Celebration of Dragon Ball’s Legacy

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The Dragon Ball Theme Park is more than just a collection of rides and attractions. It’s a vibrant celebration of the series’ enduring legacy, designed to connect fans from across the globe. 

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The Dragon Ball theme park allows fans to share their experiences and create new memories, spanning the gap between generations. It’s a bridge between the world of animation and our reality.

The Iconic Dragon Ball Series

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Since its inception, the Dragon Ball series has managed to captivate audiences worldwide. The journey of Goku, the protagonist, in his quest for the Dragon Balls and the intense battles that ensue all contribute to the series’ timeless appeal. 

This Dragon Ball theme park is a testament to the enduring legacy of Dragon Ball and its multigenerational fan base.

An Unforgettable Adventure

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The Dragon Ball Theme Park is a dream come true for fans. It’s a space where the adventures of Goku and his friends leap off the screen and into our world, offering an experience that’s both nostalgic and exhilarating. 

Whether you’re a longtime fan or introducing the series to the next generation, the park promises to be a spectacular adventure that transcends age, time, and reality.

Saudi Arabia: Revolutionizing Entertainment Landscape

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The Dragon Ball Theme Park in Saudi Arabia is set to be a monumental addition to the global entertainment landscape. It’s where the fantastical world of Dragon Ball meets the tangible joy of our universe. 

With its expansive recreations, thrilling rides, and immersive accommodations, the Dragon Ball theme park promises to be a destination where the spirit of Dragon Ball comes alive. Stay tuned, for the fusion of Dragon Ball and real life awaits, promising an experience as unforgettable as the series itself.

More Developments at Qiddiya City

The Qiddiya City Project

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The development of Qiddiya City, a project aimed at creating a Global Entertainment and Sports Hub in the Kingdom, has been awarded contracts worth more than $2.6 billion. 

The Qiddiya city, located on the outskirts of Riyadh, is expected to have 60,000 buildings, including golf courses, stadiums, and the Six Flags Qiddiya Theme Park.

Its goal is to attract 40 million tourists annually and contribute $36 billion to the GDP. The city aims to have approximately 48 million visitors per year, with a gaming and e-sports district that will serve as a global competition hub. 

Qiddiya Speed Park Track

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The Qiddiya Investment Company has unveiled plans for Qiddiya City’s newest attraction, the Speed Park Track, set to establish itself as a premier venue for Saudi Motorsport and a prominent global destination. 

Crafted by experienced race drivers, including renowned former Austrian Formula One racer Alex Wurz, the track boasts a thrilling layout encompassing 21 turns and an impressive elevation gain of 108 meters per lap, weaving through Qiddiya’s breathtaking mountainous terrain. 

Against the backdrop of the world’s tallest rollercoaster at Six Flags Qiddiya City and a vibrant water theme park, drivers will navigate the Speed Park Track, offering an exhilarating experience amidst various entertainment options.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman Stadium 

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Saudi Arabia has announced its plans to construct a new stadium, The Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Stadium, in the upcoming Qiddiya Entertainment City near Riyadh. 

This modern stadium has a capacity of 45,000 seats and will be situated in the Tuwaiq mountains, perched atop a striking 200-meter cliff. It will be the new home for two of Riyadh’s most prominent Saudi Pro League teams, Al Nassr and Al Hilal. 

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This versatile venue is also expected to host major sporting events in the Kingdom, including the Saudi Cup, the Asian Cup, and potentially even the FIFA 2034 World Cup.

Qiddiya City’s Falcon’s Flight

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Saudi Arabia has revealed Plans for Qiddiya City’s  Falcon’s Flight, which is set to become the world’s fastest, longest, and tallest rollercoaster. This record-breaking ride will be located at Six Flags Qiddiya near Riyadh and is expected to reach a speed of 250kmph and a drop of 640 feet.

Riyadh School of Tourism and Hospitality

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Saudi Arabia intends to establish the Riyadh School of Tourism and Hospitality in the Qiddiya region by 2025. The campus, which will cover an area of 5 million square meters and require a budget of more than $1 billion, aims to provide educational opportunities in the field of tourism and hospitality

This initiative is a generous contribution from Saudi Arabia to the global community.

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