When describing attractions on International Drive in Orlando, rarely do adjectives like sophisticated, elegant and educational come up. However, for the new World of Chocolate Museum & Caféthat recently opened up just south of Sea World, it truly fits. Sure, this is not even close to the first chocolate attraction in the world. There are […]
Wow, it has been a long time! Apologies on the long delay between articles. We now return you to the program, already in progress. The hospitality industry is a growing field in Taiwan as more leisure facilities open and the number of tourists from mainland China flood the island nation. Many colleges have sought to […]
Chambers of Horror shakes up the traditional haunted house formula by adding a touch of theater in this adults only haunt
Editor’s Note: Today we bring you an article from one of our readers, P Tesler. Mr. Tesler is a theme park enthusiast and has traveled around the world collecting photographs and stories from some of his favorite attractions. Today he shares with us his experiences at a Shijingshan Amusement Park, which “borrows” many attractions and […]
One of the side effects of living in Central Florida for as long as I have, you become jaded. Every few weeks there is some new ride, stage show or attraction opening up. After a while, they all start to run together. This summer some very large and expensive E-Ticket attractions opened including Antarctica Empire […]
It’s no easy thing to set a themed show in an arena. The themed show, as I’ve noted, is something that happens within the guest. It isn’t the setting, the music, the performance or the story being told… it is the guests’ experience of these things. Thus the true name of the show is not, […]
I’ve just returned from a rare 3-day sojourn into the hot, wet & crowded ‘Belly of the Beast’: WDW in July. My purpose was twofold; first, to escort the Fabulous Feeney Family of New Jersey on the occasion of their summer visit… and second, to assess the State of Comedy in our parks. I have […]
TPU falls down the rabbit hole to explore Then She Fell, a unique immersive theater version of Alice In Wonderland, for only 15 people per show!
Explore the queue of Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland which is crammed with subtle story telling, foreshadowing and nods to WDI Imagineers!
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Take an in depth look at Sleep No More, an immersive play in New York City that features masks, playing cards and full frontal nudity!