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Naseem Gardens to host over 30 thrilling rides for Muscat Festival

Naseem Gardens to host more than 30 thrilling rides for Muscat Festival

“Everytime we aim to offer something for everyone. We do not want to make the rides monotonous so we try to introduce new each time. We do not forget children as they too are an important part of the festival,” Mohammed Irfan, accounts manager, Seerabeece for Exhibition and International Festivals stated. The new rides are Octopus, Evolution, Freesbie and Bomber.

“The cost of the ticket for the rides will begin from RO1,” he stated. Other rides contain Sling Shot, Miami Dolphin, Crazy Dance, Dashing Car, Amour Express, Wacky Worm, Inflatables, and Water Boats amongst other individuals. What’s new Octopus: With 5 to eight arms attached to a central axis, it will spin, move up and down randomly, although vehicles at the finish of the arms, either attached straight to the arm or fixed on spinning crosses, spin freely or remain in location, based on the kind of the ride. Each Octopus ride has the arms attached to the middle of the ride.

Evolution: It is a huge thrill ride manufactured by Fabbri Group in Italy. It consists of 4 inclined pillars which help a revolving arm. On 1 finish of the arm are some counterweights and on the other is a rotating hub which holds ten vehicles.

Freesbie: It is a kind of pendulum amusement ride featuring a circular gondola that rotates as it swings back and forth. Riders are seated on the gondola facing inward or outward based on the model.

Bomber: The 50m tall Bomber is a higher rise, higher speed ride which sees riders thrown forward at speeds of up to 90mph. Sitting in spinning gondolas, guests race towards the sky and ‘bomb’ to the ground at higher speed.

Some of the other rides contain, G Force which is like the Bomber but nevertheless remains the deadliest and adventurous of all the rides. Trampoline as well tends to make a reappearance maintaining in thoughts the interests of youngsters, stated Irfan.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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