The world’s first Angry Birds World entertainment park has opened its doors to the public in Qatar, and invited guests into their nest to explore the newly built indoor section in line with the first phase of its launch.
Located in Qatar’s largest fashion, dining and entertainment destination, Doha Festival City, the 17,000 sqm park, comprising an indoor space of 6,500 sqm, is set to transform the classic bird-flinging game into a cluster of high-octane attractions fit for all the family.
The park offers a number of attractions inspired by Angry Birds gameplay, such as the Blast Bomb – a drop and twist tower that features free-fall motion from an 11m height, or Red Alert where visitors are hurled into an exhilarating 360-degree spin.
One of the park’s most unique attractions is the Big Tree. Standing at 17m, the enchanting structure will draw both children and adults into a fun, interactive experience, where they would learn the basics of science, improve their musical ability and develop their creative chops through a variety of edutainment offerings. For adventure junkies, the tree also houses “Own the Sky”, a roller glider featuring a 106m zip line that allows participants to cut through the air at rip-roaring speeds. Additionally, visitors can also test their physical strength with the “Fierce Flight” ropes course challenge.
Furthermore, enthusiasts of the Angry Birds GO! will enjoy the world’s first indoor and outdoor 261m multi-level karting track.
Angry Birds World also includes two themed birthday rooms, café, and retail area.
“This opening represents a very important milestone for Trimoo. As a company, we are driven by the motto of boundless experience,” commented Riad Makdessi, CEO of Trimoo – the company behind the park’s concept. “We always aspire to deliver more than just entertainment by utilising a novel approach to game design that allows us to create lasting memories for individuals of every age. ANGRY BIRDS WORLD™ is a world’s first in every aspect, from theming to the choice of rides, F&B, service and entertainment. We are confident it will become the ultimate hub for the whole family.”