This year has been a tough one so far, with many confined to not only countries and cities, but also the insides of homes. Never has there ever been more time to dream about travel and yet not be allowed to physically do it. So, to tickle the travel taste buds and indulge in all […]
Remember how we said that super fans of Evangelion ought to be in Japan to enjoy all the Evangelion experience? Well, here’s another example of the EVA experience. This is time, it’s over at Toei Kyoto Studio Park, aka Toei Uzumasa Eigamura, an Edo period-themed theme park located in Kyoto.
I know. This isn’t the best time to think about traveling. But hey, isolation, for better or worst, is the best time to fantasize about the things you could do when all this is over. Speaking fantasy, you can too, live in the fantasy world of Bikini Bottom… in SpongeBob SquarePants’ home, The Pineapple.
If you are one of the super fans of Evangelion who have previously made “pilgrimages” to the City of Hakone in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, where the fortified Tokyo-3 was set, well, we have good and bad news.
Well, how did we managed to missed this? Oh, wait. Perhaps, we weren’t as big of a fan of dear’ol Barbie and her lifestyle? But if you are, we are sorry that you missed your chance at staying at Airbnb Barbie’s Malibu Dreamhouse.
That’s right, folks. Atari Hotels are coming. Claiming as the first-ever video game-themed hotel (which is probably not the case), Atari Hotels will include arcade bars, fine restaurants, as well as state-of-the-art venues and e-sports studios that are designed to host and broadcast events.
Orlando, Florida. The Theme Park Capital of the World has just published a list of 30 new places of interest for 2020. From the usual theme park additions to an acoustically perfect theaters to impressive hotel accommodation, the most visited destination in the U.S. sure has something for everyone.
Fans of LEGO Star Wars may want to hit up LEGOLAND before 2019 comes to an end because, we heard that LEGOLAND has put out words that starting from 2020, Star Wars Miniland will disappear from all the parks.
Lets face it. Movies can do so much in immersion and so, if you really want to be part of the action, you ought to be in the movie. Experiences like in the galaxy far, far away and Avengers Campus have done or will be doing that and now, a theme park in Japan, Nijigen […]
Having entertainment onboard a cruise ship is obviously not new. However, what’s new is trying to stuff a theme park onboard and also claiming to be have the “world’s longest roller coaster at sea.” That, folks, is exactly what Genting Hong Kong-owned Dream Cruises is touting with its upcoming “Global Class” ship, Global Dream.