Some of the world’s biggest theme parks cover several hundreds of square metres, with rows upon rows of neon-lit attractions and rollercoasters all jostling for attention.
But when it comes to choosing a park, bigger is not always better.
The sheer magnitude of these mega parks can be overwhelming for children, not to mention exhausting as you attempt to navigate your way around them on foot. So remember to consider the smaller, more offbeat theme parks when doing your research on where to go.
When narrowing down your search, go online to learn about the attractions and rides that the theme park offers.
Many rides have height and age requirements, and if you have little ones in tow it would be a shame to arrive only to realise half of the park is out-of-bounds.