In the previous episode, we had a glimpse of Magical Kulfi. Now we will tour to peek at the World’s wonders in Delhi.
EPISODE -2 WONDER PARK
Whenever someone intends to visit Delhi, they would get suggestions to explore the famous tourist spots of Delhi like Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate, so on and so forth.
But as a Delhi-ite for the past 30 years, I would not suggest these places to you. Though these places are popular, there are many more places in Delhi that one can visit. One such place, I am going to introduce to you, is called the “Waste to Wonder Park” situated very near to the Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminus and Nizamuddin Railway Station.
It is a pleasant park, where the name of the park suggests, replicas of seven wonders of the world viz. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Eiffel Tower, Pyramids of Giza, Taj Mahal, Statue of Liberty, Colosseum, and Christ the Redeemer have been made through waste and scrap materials and are very popular among the people of Delhi.
The park is open from 10 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and there is an entrance fee of Rs.50 on the weekdays and Rs.100/- on Sundays. one more piece of info – the park is closed on Mondays and National holidays.
If you want to try the Delhi metro to reach this place, then the nearest metro station is Nizamuddin Metro Station on the Pink Line of Delhi Metro Network. From there, you will get E-Rickshaws to visit a park. In case you are visiting by your conveyance sufficient parking is also available.
Though the park is open since morning, it would be a wonderful experience, if you go there after sunset, as all the structures wonders of the World would be shining beautifully with the lighting arrangements made by the park management authorities.
If you happen to visit Delhi don’t forget to add this wonderful place to your list.
I’m sure you can take home some nice memories with you. Okay, I’ll drop you here will take you to an interesting place in the upcoming episode. Until then enjoy and stay safe. Like yourcoimbatore.com to follow. Share with wanderers!