Phase I of amusement park on Guam nearly complete

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Phase I of the Tagada Guam amuse¬ment park is set to open next month. Tagada will be leasing nearly 4,000 square feet in Tumon between the Ohana Bayview and Pacific Place.

Phase I of the Tagada Guam amuse¬ment park is set to open next month. Tagada will be leasing nearly 4,000 square feet in Tumon between the Ohana Bayview and Pacific Place.

Tagada Guam, LLC hopes its new amusement park will provide both locals and tourists a new set of evening activities. Project Coordinator Veronica Lee said the opening date is set for mid-February.

The first phase of the park will consist of three rides, including a huge swing called The Viking, a gravity-defying ride called The Tagada, and bumper cars. Phase II will consist of an inflatable balloon ride rising to 100 feet above the ground and a 3D plane ride.

The project will cost more than $2 mil¬lion and be marketed with travel pack-ages.

The park will open from 3:00 in the afternoon to 11:00 in the evening with a midnight closing time for the weekends.

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