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E-Da Theme Park, Kaohsiung

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Have a Greek adventure in the middle of Taiwan at E-Da Theme Park, featuring three themed sections. In the Acropolis, watch a play in the large European-style theater. The Santorini section recreates the experience of a Greek village, where you can have a meal in a quaint restaurant, or walk around and shop for souvenirs. Finally, the Trojan Castle features an indoor amusement park spanning 4,645 sq m (4,998 sq ft), with numerous rides for all ages. Make E-Da Theme Park a part of your Kaohsiung vacation plans using our Kaohsiung route planner .
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  • Our five year old son absolutely loved it, so much so, we returned the next day for more. At the end of the monorail ride, there are 4-5 floors of great junior rides, fun and games for 3-6 years old. ...  more »
  • The world of the Grand Tour is really big, with two hotels and shopping spots. And as soon as we can see a giant Ferris wheel, it takes 18 minutes to rotate, and there is also a giant Yimu. Large mobile games, and there are not many suitable for the age of the small mobile games, the children can play a good time, the queue is also very fast, and this day there are many students to do the activity, very hot. Near the door also has a scene like the Greek small White House photo point, such as true degree, filming your product is also very beautiful.
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  • Yup.. with our tour group.. we went there in Dec 2017.. which we encountered a huge crowd of students.. means most of the exciting and popular rides were fully queued.. long queue i mean.. thus my 2 t...  more »
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  • I love this place. The ride is awesome for both kids and adults. FYI, Indoors rides are for kids and Outdoors rides are for adult and those who want trilling rides.
  • Be very careful about children's heights. They are really strict. They have rides which any kid could do but have a 120 cm minimum restriction. Other more exciting rides 110 cm minimum. My 7 year old has done roller coasters in Taiwan + UK with me next to him. Not here though. There's a lot to do inside with air conditioning, they even have some rides on the roof outside. I went middle of August and the wait to go on rides was short. They sell cheap rain coats for the wet rides I recommend buying one. Worth going to if you have kids tall enough.
  • the latest amusement Park in Kaohsiung, a perfect place for kids outing and great family day
  • Small park. The mall is alright. Not suitable for very small children.
  • It was fun, but not too many rides, very limited rides for kids, but views are nice

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