Tema Design by MK Illumination appointed as suppliers to Plopsa’s Holiday Indoor

Tema Design by MK Illumination has been chosen as supplier for Holiday Indoor, a new themed area at Plopsa’s Holiday Park and the first of its kind in Germany.

The 5000 sqm development costing 7.5 million euro, is Plopsa’s largest single investment since acquiring the German theme park.  The new Holiday Indoor will be a themed area with 7 new attractions including a 500 seat theater, a huge slide and an interactive flying carousel.

The appointment follows Tema Design by MK Illumination’s work delivering the main character statues for Majaland Kownaty, the brand new Plopsa theme park in Poland.

Tema Design by MK Illumination Plopsa Holiday Indoor

Plopsa’s CEO Steve Van den Kerkhof says, “Tema Design by MK Illumination has proven to be able to deliver many items in a short period of time, at a reasonable price and without compromising on quality. The choice of Tema Design by MK Illumination as a supplier for this project has therefore been natural for us. We are looking forward to see the characters once they move into the all-new imaginative indoor area at Holiday Park this summer.”

To compliment the new attractions planned, Plopsa is also looking to provide an imaginative themed environment for their guests based on some of Plopsa’s most famous characters including Heidi, Tabaluga and Mia & Me.  A major element of this will be the trees Tema Design by MK Illumination will create.

Tema Design by MK Illumination Plopsa Holiday Indoor

Lars Nielsen, Themed Attraction Manager at the Danish company says, “After delivering figures to the new park, Majaland Kownaty, we are both happy and proud to continue the good cooperation with Plopsa and contribute to the realization of another exciting project – this time in Holiday Park. As always, we will do all we can to deliver high quality decorations and once again prove that in our world everything is possible.”

Tema Design by MK Illumination have recently won a theming project for a major Danish theme park, which they hope to be able to announce soon.