8 top-ranked roller coasters in the world Malaysian travellers should check out

The Smiler has 14 inversions, roller coaster elements in which the trains are turned upside down. — RUTH & DAVE/Coasterpedia

Asia is home to more than half of the world’s working roller coasters as of 2019, according to a Guinness World Records report. China has the largest number of rides (1,518), followed by the United States with 826, and Japan with 244.

In total, as of 2019 there are close to 5,000 roller coasters around the world!

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