From wedding traditions to food, different cultures find different things to be strange. So although to you a theme park full of vomiting rats might be a little weird, to someone else it could be perfectly normal (and apparently it is). No matter where you are from though, we are sure you will find at least one of these 25 extremely bizarre theme parks to leave you scratching your head.
This three billion square foot monstrosity features numerous attractions including the world’s largest waterpark and lifelike reconstructions of the Pyramids, Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Eiffel Tower.
With a size of over 20 hectares this is the world’s largest indoor water park. Opened to the public in 1986 it is located in West Edmonton Mall, itself the fifth largest mall in the world.
Built by Jaime Duque Grisales, a famous Colombian aviator, as a gift to his fellow Colombians, this park probably features the strangest mix of attractions of any park on this list with 700 bizarre scultpures including a male statue of liberty.
Bringing children together with heavy machinery, this construction themed park has several locations throughout England.
This South Korean amusement park is actually a popular honeymoon destination for newlyweds and was in fact conceived as a way to teach them about conjugal love.
This 75,000-square-foot amusement park re-creates a 19th-century Dickensian town full of hunger, criminals, and even a Great Expectations boat ride.
Getting its name from the popular Danish candy this them park is full of gross animal attractions like vomiting rats and urinating ants. It may seem strange but supposedly it has something to do with the various names of the candies like “bird droppings” and “dead flies”.
Home to the famous Hello Kitty character visitors here can visit the feline’s castle and take a boat ride through huge underground apartments complexes.
With ripoffs of nearly every popular western attraction the sign hanging over the front entrance reads “DisneyLand is too far”.
Full of homage to the Soviet regime, this two mile long amusement park has earned the nickname “Stalin World”.
Found on top of a hill in southern China this park is almost entirely staffed by short people that do all sorts of singing and dancing shows for the park’s visitors.
At this reptile theme park visitors are able to get up close and personal with some of the most dangerous creatures in the world.
Built on what Buddhists consider a sacred site this park is is filled with aquariums, thousands of crocodiles, and a unicorn palace. We’re not completely sure how those things come together.
As the world’s largest indoor park it covers more than 2 million square feet and on its roof it features the largest Ferrari logo on Earth.
Located in Singapore, this theme park features folklore out of Chinese literature. You’ll find various tributes to confucianism as well as several extremely strange sculptures scattered about (like the filthy blood pond above).