Coasters are no child's play here we present a handpicked list of the fastest, tallest, tallest, craziest coasters in the world for you to indulge the kid and the adrenaline junkie out there.
Riders reach speeds of 240 km/h in less than 5 seconds - the actual speed that an F1 car reaches in a race. The total length of the track is 2,000 metres.
Kingda Ka is the tallest coaster in the world. Measuring 456 feet, it provides the longest vertical drop to its riders, at 418 feet from the ground.
The Gatekeeper boasts of the highest such point where riders are inverted – at a whopping 170 feet above the ground.
The height of the inverted loop is 160 feet from the ground, and it is truly a gut-wrenching experience.
Smiler with its rather ironic name is located in Alton Towers in the UK and it definitely begs you to stop by.
Its track is the longest track in the world - 2,479 meters. The Steel Dragon 2000 hurls its riders with a top speed of 153 km/h, the sixth fastest in the world.
It provides its riders with a 90 degree free fall from a height of 205 feet above the ground. its the sixth highest vertical inversion in the world at 146 feet.
Takabisha is located in Fuji-kyu Highland, Fujiyoshida, Japan. It is a coaster with a maximum vertical angle of 121 degrees for its riders.