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Waste Of Wonders – A Must Visit Attraction In Delhi

May 6, 2019

The latest addition to the list of attractions in Delhi has been rewarded with another feather. Waste into Wonder Park of Delhi features the replicas of seven wonders that are famous of the world, created from industrial and other types of waste. Among its type theme park in the world, it had been inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The amazingly created Waste into Wonder Park has been the brand-new haunt for its couples keen to click on a selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower Replica, along with the families going to the playground to click photographs in front of the seven wonders reproduced by 150 tonnes of waste products such as scrap iron thrown off automobile parts, broken metal utensils and pipes.

It is surprising to know that the thought Waste to Wonder Park was triggered by Kota’s Seven Wonders Park after it was featured in the Bollywood film “Badrinath ki Dulhania”. Joggers and walkers frequent the park. Even the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has harnessed wind and solar power to light the park up rendering a breathtaking sight during sunset and night.

I personally would recommend a visit to Waste to Wonder Park in order to understand that something generated from scrap materials can look so surreal.

While visiting there I overheard two officials chat that the plans to present a light & audio’ show is in progress with the SDMC planning to allow film and preceding shoots into Wonder Park! How amazing is that? 😇

What Can You Do Here?

  • The Waste to Wonder Park is an excellent place for photography and taking selfies in front of the world-renowned monuments
  • The Park is an Excellent place for family outings
  • Ideal place for school excursions and picnics

How can you reach Waste Of Wonders?

Waste to Wonder Park is located in Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, near Sarai Kale Khan and is easily accessible from all areas of Delhi. While some avail the buses to alight at the Sarai Kale Khan Bus Stop many of the people prefer to drive down to the park. The Nizammudin Metro station on the Pink Line is at a walking distance in the park making it convenient for people looking to get a more rapid form of transit.


1. As there are no food stalls inside the premises It’s best to carry water and food

2. It is advisable to visit the park as weekends happen to be crowded

3. Another parking fee is billed by the government

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