Top 5 bizarre theme parks of the world (PHOTOS) By Monami Thakur On 02/26/11 AT 9:35 AM Located atop a valley in the south-western zone of China, is a unique theme park called the Little People’s Kingdom of Dwarfs. Every year, thousands of curious visitors pave their way to this fantasy park where only dwarfs are employed to perform in fairytale costumes. Although this has provided a rare working opportunity for them, the park has also received a fair share of criticism. From entertainers to janitors, the entire place is like a miniature town where all employees live in miniature dome-shaped houses. Photo: Reuters. Officially launched on November 4, 2010, Ferrari World is another bizarre-themed amusement park situated under a 200,000 square meters roof in Abu Dhabi making it the largest indoor amusement park in the world. The iconic roof, designed by Benoy Architects, is adorned a huge Ferrari logo measuring around 65 meters. The theme park is home to Formula Rossa the world's fastest roller coaster. Photo: Reuters. Some of the other attractions of the Ferrari World park include a 4-D journey called Speed of Magic, the 3-D Driving with Champions and an exhibit called Bell'Italia showcasing recreations of famous Italian cityscape, structures and racing venues. Photo: Reuters. PreviousNextStart the slideshow to view some of the most bizarre-theme parks of the world.