World's first-ever Dragon Ball theme park will start its construction soon in Saudi Arabia

Headlining the development of the world's first Dragon Ball theme park, the Qiddiya Investment Company has revealed some details about the park that will be built in Saudi Arabia.


Spanning 500,000 square meters, it will feature seven themed lands based on different Dragon Balls. There will be more than 30 themed rides across the lands, five major attractions, hotels, and restaurants.


Several concept arts were released, showcasing the park plans. Some iconic landmarks from Dragon Ball Z were revealed, including Kame House, Capsule Corporation, and Beerus' Planet. A 70-meter-high Shenron rollercoaster and Tenkaichi Budokai tournament ground can be seen as well among the images.


“At the park, visitors will be able to join an adventure with Goku and pals as they enjoy the world of Dragon Ball, from the very beginning of the anime all the way up through Dragon Ball Super!” the official announcement reads. “In addition, there will also be fully stocked hotels and restaurants available at the park to enable fans to immerse themselves in the world of Dragon Ball for an entire day of fun.”

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Currently, the opening date for the park has yet to be revealed but it is expected that the construction will start soon. Stay tuned for more updates!