Saudi Arabia is the latest destination to get
a Six Flags theme park, and they’re going to build the world’s longest, tallest
and fastest roller coaster.
World’s longest, tallest and fastest roller coaster coming soon
Six Flags Saudi Arabia is going all out with their ambitious roller-coaster, breaking three records in one development. Named the ‘Falcon’s Flight,’ they released a rendering of what the ride will be like, soaring over the mountains and running down a steep drop that we find nothing less than a freefall! Check it out:
Breaking News! Six Flags #Qiddiya, Saudi’s first theme park, will feature several record-breaking rides. Hold onto your seats tight and experience the longest, tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world, “Falcon’s Flight”!#QiddiyaSoMuchMore 🎡🎢🎠🎪 pic.twitter.com/gcZ1dzQ9gd
Six Flags Saudi Arabia getting world’s tallest drop-tower ride too
As if the record-breaking roller coaster isn’t enough to give thrill-seekers in Saudi Arabia an adrenaline rush, the theme park is getting the world’s longest drop tower ride.
Six Flags Saudi Arabia ready by 2023
Sprawling over 32 hectares, the attraction will play host to 28 rides from six thematic destinations: The City of Thrills, Discovery Springs, Steam Town, Twilight Gardens, Valley of Fortune and Grand Exposition.
Every attraction will have a Saudi element
At Six Flags Qiddiya, we return to that heritage by creating six immersive lands designed for Saudis of all ages who seek family entertainment experiences steeped in their rich culture and history. We are thrilled to be part of a project of such scale and scope and are proud to celebrate this milestone with Qiddiya.”
David McKillips, president of Six Flags International Development Company
Six Flags theme park in line with Saudi Arabia 2030 vision
Founded by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince
Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, the ambitious ‘Vision 2030’ initiative aims to
make the country “a gateway to the world” by developing its three themes, ‘A
Vibrant Society,’ ‘A Thriving Economy’ and ‘An Ambitious Nation.’