Trans Studio Bali Announces World’s First “Stunt Show Dark Ride”

During the Fall of 2018, Trans Studio of Bali was announced during the annual International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) with Legacy Entertainment in charge of creative development.

The concept art was some of the best we have seen for any new park project in years. While this may be a boutique park, it seems they want to blow the doors off of what can be done in conventional theme parks. We now know a little bit more on what’s going into the park with the announcement of what they’re calling a “stunt show dark ride.”

ROAD RAGE will serve as Trans Studio Bali’s anchor attraction combining a ride-system from Oceaneering (who is known for Universal Park’s Spider-Man and Transformers ride systems) and live actors within the ride itself.

“For the first time ever, visitors to an Indonesian theme park will experience a dark ride that exceeds those in many of the world’s top international theme parks” says Lee Roe, Legacy’s Creative Director for the project. He adds “We love working with Trans Studio because they’re pioneers. They have no interest in rehashing what’s been done elsewhere. Our teams are united by a singular creative challenge- to create the best regional park dark rides ever imagined.”

We can’t wait to learn more about this ambitious new dark ride! More details are promised to be released soon!

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