Here Are 5 Of The Craziest Theme Parks In The World

From mock Soviet Bunkers to humongous inflatable unicorns, there are many unique theme parks around the world.

Here are five of the craziest theme park you won’t want to miss:

1.) Soviet Bunker Museum in Lithuania

Despite the Soviet Union falling in 1991, visitors can still get a sense of a Soviet-style bunker. The Lithuanian Soviet Bunker Museum creates a survival drama complete with fake doctors and even getting interrogated by fake KGB agents.

2.) Dwarf Empire in China

China has a theme park dedicated to short people from two to four feet tall. Dwarfs entertain the crowd by putting on a wide variety of performances including singing and dancing skits. Approximately 800 to 1000 dwarfs are recruited around China, according to Atlas Obscura.

3.) Yugoland in Serbia

Modern-day Serbia previously opened up a Yugoslavia theme park dedicated to those who miss the Communist rule in the Balkans. However, perhaps somewhat ironically, the Yugoslavia-themed park closed in 2012 due to financial difficulties, according to the Balkan Insight.

4.) English Village in South Korea

One thing you probably wouldn’t expect to find at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a theme park dedicated to Great Britain in South Korea. The theme park, which also boasts an English school, features a mock British village, including a fake Stonehenge.

5.) Inflatable Island in Indonesia

Indonesia boasts a truly unique unicorn theme park called Unicorn Island that features a wide variety of fun water attractions for tourists. The entire theme park is decked out in nice pastel colors to complement the fantasy-themed beach vibe.

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With parks as original as these, you’ll never miss Six Flags!

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