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Roller Coaster (Suoi Tien Park)

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Park section  Đại Cung Lạc Cảnh Hồ
Opening date  2000
Type  Steel
Height  30 m
Height restriction  1.22 m
G-force  2 g
Park  Suối Tiên Amusement Park
Status  Operating
Cost  VND 30 billions
Manufacturer  Vekoma
Max speed  70 km/h
Opened  2000
Capacity  1,600 people/hour

Roller Coaster (Vietnamese: Tàu Lượn Siêu Tốc) is a steel roller coaster located at Suoi Tien Amusement Park in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. With a length of 1,200 metres (3,900 ft), it is currently the longest roller coaster in Vietnam. The coaster has a rectangular track layout, covering a pond known as Đại Cung Lạc Cảnh Hồ.


Ride experience

The ride starts with a lift hill. Unlike the traditional chain lift, the Roller Coaster's lift hill use drive tires, which many coasters use to roll into a train station. At the end of the lift, riders face a swooping banked curve, leading to a camelback hill, then a highly banked curve to the right. Another hill appears, followed by a large turn, leading riders to a cave in middle of the air. Trains then bank for the last time and hit the brakes. A small curve leads riders to the station.


Although the park announced the Roller Coaster's speed can reach 200 kilometres per hour (120 mph), the ride travels at speeds of about 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph). The Suoi Tien Roller Coaster is currently one of the most popular roller coasters in Vietnam.


Roller Coaster (Suoi Tien Park) Wikipedia

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