We all know about Six Flags, Busch Gardens, Cedar Point and Kings Dominion, but what about theme parks and rollercoasters in China? Our resident rollercoaster expert and founder of Theme Park Review, Robb Alvey, is on the road in China and having the time of his life!

Not only is Robb having a wicked good time, he’s also doing some ground work for Travel Channel, providing intel on which international rollercoasters could be featured in Insane Coaster Wars: World Domination, airing summer 2013. Each episode of Insane Coaster Wars: World Domination will feature some of the world’s most insane international roller coasters as well as the best coasters America has to offer. Keep your eyes open, Travel Channel is shooting right now.

Stay tuned for more from Robb and the latest on Insane Coaster Wars: World Domination.

What’s the craziest internationalcoaster you’ve ever tried? Let us know!

Crystal Wing
“Crystal Wing is a flying rollercoaster built by Switzerland ride designers Bollinger and Mabillard. This rollercoaster is heavily themed. The track weaves in and out of a man-made monument.” – Robb Alvey


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