World's First Angry Birds Theme Park Opens In Doha

Doha's Angry Birds-themed entertainment park, the first of its kind in the world, is a must-visit for the fans.
Angry Bird mascots with the city skyline behind them
Angry Bird mascots with the city skyline behind them

Finnish company Rovio Entertainment, the creator of the Angry Birds brand, now expands its appeal beyond games, television shows and movies, with the opening of a theme park in Doha, the capital of Qatar,&nbspin collaboration with Trimoo.  

Housed in the Doha Festival City, the Angry Birds World entertainment park, the first of its kind, covers&nbsp17,000 square metres, including an indoor space of 6,500 square metres.&nbspThe park has over 20 attractions inspired by the popular digital game that promise to take visitors on a rollicking adventure with the colourful birds for company. 

An indoor trampoline park[/caption]

Visitors can engage in the 'Epic Battle' with a fun-filled laser tag game of cannons. The 'Raft Battle' simulates the journey that the birds take from Bird Island to Piggy Island in the movie. The rafts are armed with manually operated water blaster guns.&nbspYounger visitors will love flying with the fun-loving triplets, The Blues, on a swooping, gliding roundabout attraction.  

Thrill seekers will enjoy the 'Blast Bomb', a drop and twist tower that features free-fall motion from a height of 11 metres while 'Red Alert' will hurl you into an exhilarating 360-degree spin.&nbspOne&nbspcan also test&nbspone's&nbspphysical strength with 'Fierce Flight', a ropes course challenge.

And&nbspthe park is not only about thrills. 'The Big Tree' offers both children and adults an edutainment experience using science, music and art.&nbspThe Tree also houses 'Own the Sky', a 106-metre zip line that allows participants to cut through the air at rip-roaring speeds.  

An go-karting arena in the entertainment park[/caption]

Other attractions include a trampoline park, roller glider, indoor/outdoor karting track, bumper cars,  and over 70 arcade games.&nbspThere is an interactive kid&rsquos play area for the youngest visitors. 

The park also has F&ampB outlets and retail shops.

Find out more here.

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