So, we've all been anticipating the opening of Six Flags in Dubai, which is set to open in 2019.

As exciting as the news already is, with Dubai and Saudi Arabia being the only two Arab countries with agreements to open the United States-based theme park, there's a bigger catch.

Six Flags Dubai will include 27 rides and attractions... with one roller coaster being labeled as the "biggest" on earth, according to Time Out Dubai .

The news comes a month after construction of the theme park kicked off in the city.

The opening of Six Flags is currently being described as the second phase of the Dubai Parks and Resorts initiative, which is set to open in October.

Six Flags will be situated alongside the three theme parks that fall under the Dubai Parks and Resorts umbrella.

Currently, Kingda Ka in the U.S. is labeled as the biggest roller coaster in the world, standing at 139 meters in height.


Looks like we're going to be doing more than just screaming when Six Flags Dubai opens up!


Some people are already practicing...

A few months ago, Six Flags revealed plans to also open in Saudi Arabia. After the company backtracked the announcement , Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, ruler of Dubai, issued a directive for Dubai Parks and Resorts to fully support the opening of a Six Flags in Saudi Arabia, confirming the announcement after all.