Explore the World with ‘Waste to Wonder Park’ in DelhiJune 18, 2019
Have you ever seen the seven amazing Wonders of the World? No! Here is good news for you. Now You can visit all the top Wonders of the World without bothering about the budget. In India, Delhi owns ‘Wonders of the World Park’ after Kota, Rajasthan. The waste to wonder park has replicas of the seven wonders and is located on the ring road, next to the millennium park.
The Waste to Wonder Park in Sarai Kale Khan is one of the best places to visit in Delhi along with Kids and family. This place is perfect for clicking beautiful and stunning photographs.
Along with drinking water facility, the park also has clean public toilets and washrooms. The park is well maintained and clean. Nobody is allowed to litter inside as eatables are strictly prohibited in the park premises.
It is a thematic park made out of scraps such as iron rods, nut-bolts, automobile parts, spoiled appliances. The idea of the park is inspired by 7 Wonders Park in Kota, Rajasthan.
It is made up of waste materials with a cost of around 7.5 Crore Indian rupees. This Eco-Friendly initiative taken by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation was highly appreciated by the Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh. To save the electricity and light up the park, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation has installed the solar trees and rooftop panels.
The park gives a very strong inspiring message to our society, to use the waste materials effectively and reduce the burden from our mother earth.
The multiple sculptures of wonders include Taj Mahal (India), Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), Christ the Redeemer (Brazil), Eiffel Tower (Paris), Rome’s Colosseum (Italy), New York’s Statute of Liberty (America) and the Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt). Many trees in the park are creatively designed which ultimately elevate the charm of the place.
The park is open for public from 11 am to 11 pm (On Monday it is closed).
Price of Tickets:
For Senior Citizens of age above 65 years – Zero
For people between the age of 12 to 65 years – Rs. 50/-
Children of age group 3 to 12 years – Rs. 25/-
Kids below 3 years – Zero
Note: The facility of online ticket booking is not available for Waste to Wonder Park till date.
Reach Waste to Wonder Park:
By Metro – The park is situated at a distance of about 400 m from Hazrat Nizamuddin metro station of Pink line in Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.
By Bus – The nearest bus stop is Sarai Kale Khan around 500 m away. You can easily get Red or Green DTC Bus from different areas of Delhi NCR to Kale Khan.
You can also hire Autos or Cabs to the park.
Preferred Time to Visit:
Evening is the most favourable time to visit the waste to wonder park. Avoid going to the park in the afternoon in hot summer Season.
On Weekends and holidays, you can expect too much crowd at this place, long-long queue for tickets, so if you wanna enjoy the beauty of the park then avoid these days.