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Fuhua Amusement park

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Fuhua Amusement park

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Haibo_Sun wrote a review Nov 2018
Qingdao, China128 contributions1 helpful vote
One of the earliest built amusement parks in Shandong province, used to be the top one here. But most equipments are old and need upgrades or renovations. The admission is cheap. If you haven’t been to Disney or other modern parks, Fuhua is a good one to go.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Mark C wrote a review Sep 2018
Rexburg, Idaho138 contributions67 helpful votes
Quaint amusement park outside of Weifang. The rides are similar to what you would find in a carnival in the USA but the park it self was very clean and well kept. Admission is free but you purchase tickets to ride what you want. A bit pricey but was still fun for our 5 and 2 year old grand kids.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Some_Guy_in_Ang wrote a review Sep 2017
Nassjo, Sweden74 contributions18 helpful votes
We took a Saturday off work, and took our business partners kids to this amusement park in late August, 2017. Stayed at the Farrington (hotel behind the park) many times over the past 10 years and finally got to explore after seeing it from just behind the hotel. We had a LOT of fun. Had no idea that there was so many rides in there for all ages. We ended up taking a ride on the big rollercoaster, which was in international standards considered "Small", but we had a blast. Each ride cost between 12-15 RMB, except for the bigger ones which cost around 35 RMB. Some of the rides can be questioned concerning certain safety standards... The kids had an amazing time and said that it was an "Amazing day", where it was fun to get them familiar with rollercoasters starting with the smaller ones, mid-size and the biggest (which they did not join in on). If you are in the area, and looking for something to do, its a great place to blow a few hours. The staff in the park DO NOT speak English, so it is essential to have someone follow along that can speak Mandarin.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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scot_tula wrote a review Aug 2016
Chicago, Illinois9 contributions4 helpful votes
He really enjoyed the park. It was not crowded so he could enjoy what he wanted and not just what was available.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Courtneyf9135 wrote a review Jul 2016
Weifang, China22 contributions5 helpful votes
This park is fun. It is cheap compared to America amusement park prices, rides range from 10-35 yuan. A group of us (25 years old) went together!!! Bus 16 will get you to the park. it is only 1 yuan a person to ride
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Date of experience: September 2015
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