roller coaster is a type of amusement ride attraction designed with tight turns and steep slopes. If you are thinking which are the Top 3 Tallest Roller Coasters in the World then here is the list for you.


1) Kingda Ka

Park : Six Flags Great Adventure
Country : United States
Height : 456 feet

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Kingda Ka is a steel accelerator roller coaster, it is the world’s second fastest roller coaster in the world. On  May 21, 2005, the ride opened to the public.

2) Top Thrill Dragster

Park : Cedar Point
Country : United States
Height : 420 feet

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It was the sixteenth roller coaster built at the park since the Blue Streak in 1964. It was the second hydraulically launched roller coaster built by Intamin

3) Superman : Escape from Krypton

Park : Six Flags Magic
Country : United States
Height : 415 feet

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It’s speed is 100 mph (160 km/h) was tied for the fastest with Tower of Terror. It is the third tallest structure, fifth fastest speed and third longest drop in the world.

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The fastest roller coaster, Formula Rossa ride, is located in Abu Dhabi’s Formula One theme park and launches its riders to a top speed of 149 miles per hour.


One thought on “Top 3 Tallest Roller Coasters In The World

  1. Nice post! Actually in the 2012 edition of Amusement Today’s prestigious Golden Ticket Awards these are their winners:
    Best Amusement Park: Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio
    Best Wood Coaster: El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, N.J
    Best Steel Coaster: Millennium Force at Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio

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