Saudi Arabia Launches First-Ever Dragon Ball Z Theme Park as Part of Qiddiya Project: A Dive into the World of Goku and Shenron

The world’s first Dragon Ball Z theme park is being built in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is set to launch the first-ever Dragon Ball Z theme park as part of its Qiddiya project, which aims to diversify the kingdom’s economy away from oil reliance. The theme park will feature seven different areas inspired by the original Japanese anime television series, with over 30 themed rides, hotels, and restaurants. The entertainment venue spans 5.3 million square feet and includes five “world first” rides, including a 230-foot-high roller coaster named Shenron after the series’ iconic magical dragon.

The Saudi Public Investment Fund has been instrumental in funding projects like Qiddiya City, which is expected to become a tourist destination with plans for a Six Flags park, a waterpark, and various entertainment options. Vision 2030, led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, seeks to boost tourism in the kingdom and attract 150 million tourists annually by 2030. The success of past events and attractions has positioned Saudi Arabia as a top tourist destination on the global stage.

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