Ramoji Film city is spread across a whopping 2000 acres! Also, it’s Tollywood and around 150 movies are produced here EACH year. Insane, right? In fact, according to Guinness World Records, Ramoji Film City is the largest filmmaking complex in the world.
It’s definitely worth a trip, is it not?
Nicco Park is also referred to as Disneyland of West Bengal. This is because Rajive Kaul wanted to ‘create a Disneyland here (Kolkata)’. There are a variety of rides which are exhilarating. They’ve also added the ‘Crazy Tea Party’ ride. Surprise – it boasts of an Eiffel Tower. AWESOME!
Wonderla Amusement Park is situated on a hill, 12 km from Kochi. Set up in the year 2000, the Wonderla range of amusement parks have gained a lot of popularity. The Kochi park has two huge wavepools and the ‘Water Pendulum’. The water pendulum is a water ride which calls for a trip, yay!
Based in Gorai, Essel World and Water Kingdom have been the perfect destination for a day vacation. Its popularity among the families is unmatched for. Mumbai’s first ice skating rink has been installed recently and it has been such a hit.
Well, if you’re coming to Mumbai, you MUST pay them a visit.
A sister branch of the Wonderla park in Kochi, this amusement park has been gaining popularity. Two new fun rides have been introduced. They’re called Recoil and Korneto. Such crazy names, we know. But definitely worth a shot ;)
Appu Ghar is a huge entertainment park located in Gurgaon. You can spend your day lazing around in the pool or lose your mind in the rides. The choice is all yours!
Queensland Theme park boasts of 51 rides. Kids, adults and everyone in between enjoy this park. Psst…We suggest that you start early and enjoy the rides whilst they’re empty.
Started in 1999, Aquatica is the largest water theme park in Kolkata as well as East India. This theme park has gained a lot of impetus because of their tremendously exciting like the Black Hole and Tornado.
Maniar’s Wonderland has become a popular picnic destination. The park features water based rides and a snow park, too.
Are you in the picnic mood already?