The Best Roller Coasters in the World

Roller coasters give a feeling of inexplicable chills to most people, unless you hear screams coming from the lady sitting next to you and everything you want to do is to make her shut up.

Sharp curves, steep descents and the strong gravity make the roller coasters ride in an amazing adventure. Engineers and architects give people an exciting entertainment and extreme experiences. We have selected the best roller coasters in the world for you.

Millennium Force

The roller coaster has a height of over 90 meters at its highest point and reaches speed of up to 150 km per hour. It is considered the highest roller coaster in the world and is located in Cedar Point in San dusky, Ohio, USA. And yet, once you get on it and spend about 2 seconds, it becomes the worst machine in the world.

Steel Dragon

The name of the attractive facility was obtained in the Year of the Dragon. This roller coaster is the longest in the world about 2.4 km. It is located in the Nagashima Spa Land amusement park in Prefecture Mie, Japan.

Top Thrill Dragster

This is the first roller coaster with a height of 120 meters and a speed of 190 km per hour. It rises to a height of 128 meters and then descends sharply to 120 meters. The adventurous journey takes about 17 seconds. Top Thrill Dragster is located in the Cedar Point amusement park in Ohio, USA.


Xcelerator is the first hydraulic roller coaster, which has a powerful hydraulic catapult with an electric engine that accelerates to 132 km per hour in 1.8 seconds. It can develop a speed around 188 km per h. It is located in Knotts Berry Farm in Buena Park, California.


Kingda Ka

Located in the Six Flags Great Adventure park in New Jersey, USA. It is moving with 206 km per hour, rising to a height of 139 meters and making a slope of 127 meters.

X-Six Flags

This impressive structure is a mix of roller coaster and carousel, and is among the most popular entertainment facilities in the USA. The highest point of the train is 71 meters and the speed at which it moves is up to 136 km per hour. This remarkable roller coaster currently holds the world record for highest speed and highest dive, which was opened in 2000. Millennium Force then took advantage.

The Pipeline

This stunning carousel is the first successful roller coaster of its kind constructed in 1985 in an amusement park in Tokyo, Japan.

The beast

This beast is a wooden structure, causing an amazing experience, going through tunnels while turning 180 degrees and a moving with a speed to 104 km per hours. It is located in Kings Island, Ohio.

Son of the Beast

Son of the Beast is a roller coaster in Kings Island, Ohio. It can speed up to 125 km per hour, rising to a height of 67 meters.

Beast roller coaster

The tower of terror

This is a steel roller coaster that speeds up to 160.9 km per hour in 7 seconds and is located in Dreamworld in Gold Coast, Australia.

Dennis M. Piper

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