As the saying goes; “Sometimes there are decades where nothing happens and sometimes there are weeks where decades happen”. For Family Entertainment Centres (or FECs), this is one of those ‘weeks’. Despite the devastation of the entertainment and leisure industry through the pandemic, a silver lining is quickly becoming apparent.
There’s no exact science to developing and operating a popular and profitable wildlife attraction. What draws avid interest and bumper attendance in one market, may struggle to gain a foothold in another. But Pico Play – a global leader in zoos, nature parks, aquariums and marine parks – has developed
Our Senior Art Director John Robinson has had quite a unique COVID experience, only just being allowed back into his place of residence in Singapore after nearly half a year in Australia. Below he shares his journey and what he has learnt along the way. You’ve had a tumultuous experience
Theme Parks are an immersive experience, full of emotion, happiness, curiosity, and wonder. They offer a unique channel of escapism, removing yourself from the everyday hustle of life and transporting you to a magical alternate reality. Perhaps an aspect of a theme park that is often overlooked by the consumer