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About Orlando

Orlando is one of Florida's most prominent tourism cities. You can visit a variety of amusement parks like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. The city has become known as America's "Home of Theme Parks". Whether or not you are traveling alone, as a couple, with friends and relatives, or young children, you can still enjoy some of the fairy-tale magic while on a relaxing trip here. Other than going hog-wild at all the different theme parks in Orlando, you can also go to one of the many seaside holiday resorts spread all throughout the region. Florida's tropical style, sunshine and sandy beaches warmly welcome visitors.

Popular Attractions in Orlando

Universal Orlando Resort
4.8/5
763 Reviews
Theme Park
Universal Orlando Resort is a highly popular theme park. A model of Universal Pictures' iconic earth logo can be seen at the park's entrance. The resort boasts of themed complexes for the Minions, Shrek, Transformers, Harry Potter, The Mummy Returns, among others, where you may watch 4D films, go on thrilling roller coaster rides, or take pictures with your favorite cartoon characters. Universal Orlando consists of two theme parks. A “Park-to-Park Ticket” entitles one to ride the Hogwarts Express from the World of Harry Potter bound for Islands of Adventure. With train interiors being the exact replica of the movie, this ride can't be missed by Harry Potter fans.
Universal's Islands of Adventure
4.6/5
145 Reviews
Theme Park
Universal's Islands of Adventure is one of two amusement parks built by Universal Studios in Orlando; it is adjacent to the original Universal Studios Florida. Islands of Adventure are differently themed islands, including The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade and Jurassic Park. A series of novel and thrilling rides were designed around the core concepts of each film- and television-themed islands. Adults can enjoy the roller coasters and rafting rides while visitors of all ages can attend the theater and dance performances. If you buy a pass for both parks, you can take the Hogwarts train from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade to Universal Studios Florida. The fantastical scenery is straight out of the movie. No matter what age, Harry Potter fans absolutely should not miss this.
SeaWorld Orlando
4.6/5
269 Reviews
Aquarium
SeaWorld Orlando is the second largest marine theme park in the world, second only to the Sea World in San Diego, USA. The lively and interesting dolphin, walrus and sea lion show has always been a popular attraction for visitors to the Sea World. SeaWorld Orlando consists of three parts, one is a marine-themed paradise, the other is a water park, and the third is a tropical rainforest theme park called “Bush Garden”.
Disney Animal Kingdom
4.7/5
226 Reviews
Zoo
As you'd imagine, Disney's Animal Kingdom is so much more than a zoo. In addition to animal exhibits and enclosures, the enormous park has Broadway-style shows, a petting zoo area (the Affection Section, filled with exotic llamas and fluffy sheep) and a 3-D movie about being a bug. Take the Kilimanjaro Safari to traverse past wildlife on Disney's version of the African savannah or ride the Expedition Everest rollercoaster for a vertiginous thrill.

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Epcot is the main technology element, so you can learn some scientific knowledge about the earth, energy, space and so on. There are many national pavilions on the lakeside, which are similar to the World Expo. I like which countries can focus on excursions. The number I used is the number on the map taken in the garden, which is convenient for searching, and the reader can not care. And I didn't list all the projects, just listed some projects that impressed me a lot. I just skipped the simple interactive project like a kid. In addition, the time of some projects may change every day, so it is important to take a schedule of performances. [1][Space Ship Earth]. Epcot is the one who can see a big ball when he enters the park. The project in the big ball is Space Ship Earth. Generally, many tourists who are just entering the park will be crowded into this project, so unless you have a fast pass, you should not join in the fun when you first enter the park. Wait until later. This project is to sit down and learn about the history of the earth. [2][Ellens Energy Adventure]. This project is relatively long and relatively easy, 45 minutes. The protagonist is the host Ellen, who learns some about energy. [3][Mission SPACE] simulates a NASA launch mission and is quite immersive. [5][Test Track], there are not many people there. This is a racing project, starting from the beginning, and the second half is an outdoor sprint. The speed is very exciting. [12][The Seas with Nemo & Friends] Sitting in a shell-like carriage, you will see the characters of the Nemo. [13][Turtle Talk with Crush]. This is an interactive project. The voice of the tortoise on the big screen is that someone talks to the children in real time. Very interesting. [14][Soarin] One of Epcot's longest queues (although not necessarily the most fun) is Soarin. If you queue up after the project, you can accept it immediately. The reason for the slow queue may be because there are not many people who can play at one time. In fact, this project is to simulate a flight in California. It is quite immersive. Don't rush to play nearby projects after Soarin is finished, you have to play what you want to play first. [15][Living with the Land] See if the queue time is acceptable. This project will see Disneyland's own greenhouse plants and vegetables, etc. Visitors will learn how Disneyland is self-sufficient in its ingredients. [17][Journey Into Imagination With Figment] This project is a lap to see some imaginative sights about the animated character of Figment. [18][Captain EO] 3D movie. The protagonist is Michael Jackson. The Big Lake in Epcot is the World Showcase, which shows the customs of many countries. There is no exciting project in this part. Some countries have movies and other projects that are scheduled to perform, so you may need to wait, no need to look at them all. Recommend Japan [36] [Japan], you can also buy a lot of Japanese gifts. 9pm has fireworks [IllumiNations
Posted: 20 Apr, 2016
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