Islands of Adventure Update: New Kong Pipes (PART 1)

Hello Orlando Theme Park News Readers, and welcome to our newest morning photo-update! Today we are going to bring once again to Universal's Islands of Adventure, where quite a few projects are taking shape, some of them being minor (Seuss Landing refurbishments and Jurassic Park changes), others being major (the new train station area and the King Kong area, where there's an important development to report). So, let us gather our belongins and start exploring this park:

It was another fine day to spend at this park:

Great operating hours, too!:

Port of Entry:

The main tip board is still not working. It has been like this for a few months:

Adventure awaits...

Let's continue by checking out Seuss Landing:

Most of the work that was being done around If I Ran the Zoo seems to have been completed:

No straight lines in sight:

Mysterious places await us:

The Lost Continent:

Remember that small explorers need to be accompanied by an adult:

We love Poseidon's Fury, but many of the special effects in the attraction have been on and off for the past few months. The lasers in the second chamber have have been off for the past three or four months, while the fire effects in the last chamber have been a hit or miss. Fortunately, the water vortex continues to operate:

Moving on to Sindbad's Village:

This wait time sign was working again:

No more sign in the way:

The new transitional area is really beautiful:

The train station:

Time to explore Jurassic Park:

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