Majaland is a new Plopsa park coming to Poland situated in between Poznan and Berlin (it should be the closest theme park to Berlin).
Majaland will be the first development for the 205ha tourist leisure area Holiday Park Kownaty.
*The park will be 10ha
*Open all year round
*Contains Studio 100 characters Maya the Bee, Vicky the Viking and Heidi.
*In the opening year expected 300,000 visitors
*Contains both an indoor and an outdoor area
*Opening December 2017
Concept art + info copy & pasted form Plopsafans:
Upon entering the indoor area you find yourself in an authentic Swiss village that obviously Heidi has as its central figure. All the houses are covered with a layer of snow. The most striking attraction in this area is a carousel.
The right side of the indoor section where you can find the indoor parks in Hasselt and Coevorden Pirates Zone, the area of Vicky the Viking. Against the walls are rocks, similar to those in Wickieland in Plopsaland De Panne. Naturally, the Vicky Coaster place here.
The Turbulent Sea will not pirate boat, but a Viking ship. Lighthouse will be shaped like a Viking totem as you will also find the entrance to the Great Wave at Plopsaland De Panne.
All other areas of Mayaland Kownaty (inside: the back and left, and the entire outside area) get a Mayan theme. Some attractions you will find there are: a variant of Ducklings, a copy of The Flying Bikes with butterflies instead of cycling as in German Holiday Park and a slide. The main restaurant will also be located in this section. To the right of the restaurant, where there is Plopsa Indoor Coevorden in the Hall of Plop, is a shop.
In the outdoor area is all about Maya the Bee. The attractions you will find there are a mix of attractions from Plopsa Indoor Coevorden and Maja Country at Holiday Park. Dancing Fountains and the Klimberg get a place other than in Coevorden. The Mayan Playground and the traffic park will be built on the same spot in the park.
There are copied two Holiday Park attractions: Majas Blütensplash (flowers mill) and Flip, the Grashüpfer .
It's a bit small, but yay for Poland! It is great to see the progress Plopsa has made over the last decade.