Amusement parks are supposed to be the happiest places on earth. Full of candy, thrilling rides, and children shouting with joy, it’s hard to be sad waiting in line for your favorite roller coaster. All good things come to an end though, and when amusement parks become closed and abandoned, something scary happens. The steel rusts, the paint chips, the wood rots, and nature takes over. Suddenly the happiest place in the world is the scariest. What you’re about to see will chill you to the bone. Would you be brave enough to set foot in any of these abandoned amusement parks?
Ho Thuy Tien In Vietnam Is Sleeping With The Fishes
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Opened in 2004 for three million dollars, it didn’t take long for the Ho Thuy Tien water park in Vietnam to shut its doors. But instead of tearing it down, the developers left it there. Slowly but surely it fell apart, and today it looks like the set of a horror movie.
Surprisingly, the park has become one of Vietnam’s top tourist attractions. Why wait all year for Halloween Horror Nights when you can pay a visit to the deserted park? Locals, seeing a chance to make money, have even begun charging curious travelers to explore the grounds that have remained untouched for years.