by some chance you do ever find yourself designing your own kids
park on a budget you could do much worse than look to Fiabilandia
for inspiration. Here's a great example, it's a simple ride of a
train (themed as a boat) going around a track in a scenic area.
Whilst most parks would settle for some fibreglass models and a few
they've made the extra effort.
It's part of a larger Chinese themed area. As well as some nice
plants and statues, the experience is enhanced by some simple
movements like spinning parasols,
and a set of fountains forming a tunnel over the track, that turn
off just in time to avoid getting you wet.
After the outside garden section you ride into the Dragon's mouth.
Here I was expecting a
corner back to the station. Instead there are some long tunnels
which take you to a nice large model of a mystic Oriental tree. This
acts as a nice finally to the ride.
Although not a must do ride, especially as you can see a lot of the
scenery without riding, it's still a nice pleasant way to spend some
time. Unless for some reason the queues get horrendous or you're
badly pushed for time it definitely worth a go.