4 Biggest and Best Roller Coaster Rides in the World

Screams, screams and screams! These are the only sounds riders who sit on these roller coasters make. Sliding down with an extremely rapid pace from a jaw-dropping height, they will have their adrenaline rush at all-time high. Let’s cut to the chase and have a look at the list of four craziest and the best roller coaster rides in the world!

Kingda Ka

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One of the fastest and tallest roller coasters in the world, Kingda Ka is nestled in the Six Flags Great Adventure Park, New Jersey, USA. This giant thrill machine features an insane height (456 feet), speed (128mph at best), acceleration and drop, and is obviously not for faint hearted! Those who dare to ride get an unearthly sensation, well worth the cost of entry tickets and other holiday expenses.

Top Thrill Dragster

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Having been debuted in 2003, this 420 feet high hydraulic launch rocket coaster is as thrilling as it is scary. What else can you expect through a ride that features 90-degree ascent and descent and overwhelming speed of 120mph? Built by Intamin at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, Top Thrill Dragster is truly a sensation and offers adrenaline junkies a once-in-lifetime experience. Visit with someone who is more frightened than you are. It will help your confidence go up.

Tower of Terror II

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True to its name, this steel shuttle roller coaster will make your facial expression changing from nervous smile to a sheer terror. It is located at the Dreamworld amusement park on the Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia and recognised for its dramatic speed that touches 160mph at its fastest. There can be up 14 riders a time and the ride duration is just 28 seconds. The height of this wonderful structure is 377 feet which ensures riders a truly exhilarating experience.

Steel Dragon 2000

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The tallest coaster to use a traditional chain lift, Steel Dragon 2000 is built at Nagashima Spa Land amusement park and allures thrill seekers from far and wide to book flight tickets to this Japanese city. It boasts a 2478 meter long track, indeed one of the longest in the world. The 4-minute ride at this Out and back terra-coaster features 2 tunnels and gives riders whale of a time.