Just like the work in the rumored King Kong Land is intensifying, so are our photo-updates covering this project. We are aware that many are excited to see king Kong (possibly) returning to the Universal Orlando Resort, and the rumors describing the ride itself definitely add a lot to the excitement. As you will notice, the rockwork is starting to take shape, even though it might not be clearly recognizable yet. We invite you to take a look around with us:

As usual, let's start by checking out the building from the Jurassic Park entrance:

Notice how the yellow "wall" extends to the side, partially hiding the rest of the building:

A better view of the temple entrance:

Some work is taking place at the top of the building:

Behind the walls (photos taken from a GUEST AREA):

Many more pipes can be seen around the construction area:

Photos do not really show the actual size of this massive structure:

Some panoramic photos of the area:

Notice how the rockwork is starting to take shape to the left:

The rest of the building:

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

thanks for the update

Anonymous said...

Universal is just on a capital expenditures roll! It's crazy to think about how much they invested between both parts of Wizarding World, Cabana Bay, Transformers, the new hotel under construction and now this. Not to even mention the potential new water park and rumored third theme park. Makes it tough for me being from so far away. I used to be able to justify a trip every 5-7 years because it was that long before enough "new" stuff opened to justify a trip. Now it seems like they open a major new attraction every year! Excited to see what the future holds!

Anonymous said...

Don't forget about the money being put into City Walk!

Anonymous said...

Don't forget about the money they are putting into City Walk! Go Universal!

Doris Mann said...

Its staggering how fast Universal is building compared to other parks. Momentum is on their side.

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