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

The excitement around Dragon Ball Z Kakarot was palpable at the 2019 Gamescom gaming trade fair in Cologne, Germany. Visitors had the chance to try out the latest version of the popular anime series and experience it come to life in a new way. The energy and enthusiasm of the crowd were infectious, and it was clear that Dragon Ball Z holds a special place in many hearts.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia is making strides to become a global destination for visitors from around the world with its plans for a first-ever Dragon Ball Z theme park as part of the kingdom’s Qiddiya project. Spanning over 5.3 million square feet, the theme park will feature seven different areas inspired by the original anime series, including five “world first” rides such as a 230-foot-high roller coaster named Shenron.

The Dragon Ball Z theme park is just one aspect of Qiddiya, a planned “city” located in Riyadh that spans over 360 square kilometers and offers over 400 attractions including golf courses, theme parks, and hotels. This ambitious project is part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 initiative, which aims to diversify the economy and attract more tourists to the kingdom. With significant investments being made to bring popular forms of entertainment like video games and anime to Saudi audiences, it’s clear that this region is becoming a major player in the global tourism market.

By Samantha Johnson

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