This theme park is located near the Gorai Beach. The city's favorite amusement park, it is filled with exciting rides and ... More
This theme park is located near the Gorai Beach. The city's favorite amusement park, it is filled with exciting rides and games. There is a separate mammoth section called the "Water Kingdom," a haven for all those with a penchant for water sports. Summers are crazy here, hoards of tourists and Mumbai locals come here to beat the heat and boredom. Esselworld also offers monsoon packages and special deals on weekends.
590/- is the charge for only rides. All the things that attracts most are chargable, that too on every round basis.
Big crowd, and long queues at rides will not let you enjoy them all or more that once.
Even at such a big place management is poor, many stalls are selling eatables/drinks at their own price which is more that print rate, while the print rate is aleady customized one for essel world. ( like a 30/- cold drink will have 40/- printed but you will be asked for 45/- to 50/- just like a fair or highway).
Doesn't worth the money at all.
Like : It's the good place where we enjoyed a lot with family & friends.
Dislike : Is that in big rides like Raimbov,Car dashing etc. why can't children are allowed to sit.You'll must put a notice that if you take a child & sit in the ride than it is the parents responsiblity so you'll must allow childrens to sit on big rides.
This is an amusement park with a number of rides and a nice facility overall. There are things to do for children and adults alike, and the entrance fees are quite reasonable. There is a discount available for large groups. You get there from either Borivali or Malad by means of a 15-minute ferry boat ride for a small fee. Adjacent to the theme park is a water park; both are accessible from the same entrance point, but they are separate parks and require separete tickets. This is not an attraction unique to India nor to Indian culture, but if you are going to be in Mumbai for some time, this is a great place to spend a day with the family!
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