Have you ever heard of the world’s largest indoor park that offers top-of-the-line adventure and amusements like those best parts of the world do? We are sure you have not and this is why we are introducing Lotte World Theme Park today.
The first thing that makes it unique from the rest of amusement parks is that it is all indoors. All of its swings, bungee umping, and other rides are totally indoors. And that does not makes it boring and dull because the park is covered with artwork and state of the art magical buildings to keep visitors entertained.
The park is distributed into two parts; one deals with the rides and the other one with a magical theme. The indoor one is called Lotte World Adventure and the outdoor one is Magic Island which is by the lakeside.
So let’s figure out both.
Fun That Lotte World Theme Park Offers
From as low as tree swings to the adventurous rides as roller coasters and bungee jumping, the Lotte World Theme Park has a diversity in its activities. Though it was opened back in 1989 the administration keeps upgrading it every once in a while to attract international tourists.
This amazing place offers 17 rides of high-altitude such as a free-fall thrill ride and the Gyro Drop. French Revolution, Atlantis, and the Flume Ride are amongst the most popular ones among the youngsters. Almost all of the international tourists visit Lotte World Theme Park in downtown Seoul because the tour to Seoul is not complete without it.
The park is not all about energetic youngsters who come here for a thrilling and exciting experience. Rather, there are so many rides for children and even elders too. You can take your children with you as the park offers rides such as Merking’s Royal Pageant, Under Sea Kingdom, and PLAYEAT.
Oh, and not to mention its Game Factory and Space Journey, and Observatory Arcade.
Now let’s explore the magical island a little bit.
Much like Disney Land in Hollywood, Lotte World’s Magical Island also has a lot of fictional stuff that visitors can entertain from. You will see a huge magical castle in which you will find all kinds of dreamy things. Since the company that owns Lotte World, Lotte Co. Ltd, has a chocolate company, a skyscraper, and shopping-malls, it knows what the public wants.
This, perhaps, is the reason why there is a shopping mall, a quality cafeteria, and even a folk museum inside the Lotte world. You will see the country’s old and rich history inside the folk museum in a very interesting way. Having a basic understanding of the Korean language can make this experience great The cartoon characters to make children happy also has a great resemblance with the Disney land.
Amazing Facilities The Park Offers
Besides these amazing fun things to do, Lotte World Theme Park also offers a number of facilities to its visitors for their convenience. You can rent a stroller and a wheelchair if you need them. And guess what? There’s a baby care center in the park too. What more a parent could want, right?
Other notable features with regards to facilities are ATM, rental lockers, phone charging system, first aid, and a Muslim prayer room.
About Ticket Fee
The ticket fee for the museum and park starts from 15K won (for babies) to 59K won for the adults. But these prices decreases after 4 pm every day.
Now, the magic pass premium costs 47k won with 5 attractions and 85k won for 10 attractions. The rules changes if you are a guest of a member or one-day payer. Please check the official website to clear up everything.
You can get to Lotte World Theme Park from many routes but taking Jasmil Station gate 4 (Line 2, and 8) would be the best. You will have many options of busses to choose from.
We hope your tour to the Lotte World will be a memorable one.