Delhi is a city of rich history, brilliant historic and religious architecture, mouthwatering cuisine, and fun-filled night life that offers you best of food, shopping, heritage, and much more. But when it’s about finding serene places to enjoy some solitude, Delhi answers this question with its peaceful and beautiful gardens and parks and KalindiKunj is one such place among many.A meeting point for South Delhi and Noida in Uttar Pradesh, Kalindi Kunj is the exact where Delhi ends, and Noida starts. Kalindi Kunj road is known for its beautiful park that enhances the area and is a recreational park for the relaxation purpose which can be viewed from the outside while traveling on the road. Kalindi Kunj Park is a lush green landscape of 8.6 acres with several trees, plants, and ornamental shrubs that acts as a medicine to the sore eyes and is a peaceful retreat in the middle of the chaos.
It looks like a newlywed bride at night as it gets marvelously lit-up with hundreds of lights. The spectacularly expansive park is mesmerizing with its young trees and bright green grass, while the vibrant flower beds add a splash of color to the otherwise monotone canvas, and the gushing fountains and relaxing lake rejuvenate the senses. It is an ideal spot for morning walks, jogging, playing sports, and just relaxing in a bench for some revitalization.Not only this, the expansive area of Kalindi Kunj boasts of a spectacular amusement park with huge roller coaster rides and a water park to lure the visitors to have a blast of time and to enjoy the weekend after a hectic week.
The wide expanse of Kalindi Kunj has several amazing features that makes it interesting and fun to visit the place especially with your children and young ones. The main attractions that make up Kalindi Kunj a popular place is listed below:
Kalindi Kunj is located on T point road in South Delhi, on the banks of River Yamuna, and close to Okhla barrage.It is open to visitors between 9 AM and 9 PM every day from March to February and between 9 AM to 8.30 PM in the months October to February.
An entry fee of INR 30 per head is applicable for every Indian national (adult) visitor to this place, and for kids, the entrance fee applicable is INR 15 per head.
Delhi is well connected to various major as well as smaller cities across India and is also well connected internationally. The city can be reached by air, rail, or road. Within the city, autorickshaws, cabs, personal vehicles (2-wheelers/bikes) etc. are used.
Another popular mode of transport in Delhi is the Delhi Metro – a public rail transit system serving Delhi and some of its neighboring cities and regions such as Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad. The nearest metro station to Kalindi Kunj is Kalindi Kunj metro station, which falls on the magenta line of the Delhi Metro.
The green lungs of South Delhi, Kalindi Kunj is a host of beautiful surroundings, spectacular views of the park, and some devilish fun in the rides, which makes it a hotspot of a blur of activities and an ideal place to let lose your inner child.