Essay On Theme Park

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UK DISNEYLAND (Page, 2000, p. 227). According to the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions ‘a theme park is an amusement park that has themed attractions, be it food, costumes, entertainment, retail stores and/or rides’ A them park is a place where adults, teenagers and especially children come to have and play, in it is a place with attractions made up of rides, such as roller coasters and water rides. They usually contain a selection of different types of rides, along with shops, restaurants and other entertainment outlets. The main aim for the start of theme parks was for recreation so serve as a means of relaxation and fun to adults, teenagers and mostly children. Nowadays it has been used as a tool to improve tourism which generates revenue to a country. Most of the researches carried out on theme parks are often focused on visitors’ profiles and market segmentation (Fodness & Milner, 1992; Andreu & Gnoth, 2003) while very few major research works have examined the organization of theme parks. Nowadays, families travel for holidays to only countries that have good…show more content…
The idea behind a theme park is to offer an escape from reality and an immersive experience that takes them away from their everyday lives. Not only do the rides have to offer memorable experiences, but they must be successful in a way that makes guest want to return over and over again. Modern theme parks incorporate multi-sensory experiences that engage all the sense that offer unique experiences where the main goal is to provide unforgettable memories. Other attractions feature a modified story fit for each guest; but all rides and attractions often base their success on whether people want to keep coming back. So LRCH should make sure the number of rides aren’t a little and are not of the same type so that they’ll be a lot of different
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