Dotted with majestic forts and magnificent palaces, Jaipur is the Pink City of India. A historical city with a significant heritage value, it is fast catching up with modern times. Jaipur’s new found love for entertainment parks, especially to cater to the younger members of society indicates that the Pink City is indeed embracing big city culture.
Amusement parks are among the most desired recreation centers for kids and their parents. In fact, the sudden increase in the number of amusement and water parks in Jaipur reflects Jaipurians’ long awaited demand for some state-of-art recreation centers. And, why not? Jaipurians are as adventurous as Delhiites, or Mumbaikars or any other ‘ians’. So, if you plan to visit Jaipur along with the kids, here is our list of some top water and amusement parks in Jaipur for kids where they are guaranteed to have a whale of a time:
Top 7 Amusement Parks In Jaipur For Kids:
1. Sunrise Dream World- Sapno Ri Dhani:
Sunrise Dream World- Sapno ri Dhani encourages village tourism through the concept of an amusement park. Entertainment lies in each corner of the amusement park. From the scary house to the mirror maze, kids will enjoy every bit of their sojourn here.
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Children will have a fun time at the Kids Game Zone, a 6000 square feet gaming zone providing fun and entertainment under the supervision of expert game masters. The games are not just fun, but also help in the mental development of children.
The Mirror Maze may look beautiful on entering, but will play enough tricks on your kid’s mind to leave him exhausted by the end of it. The 4000 square foot mirror maze with it’s majestic red arches gives an appearance of a continuous circle. Once your kid enters the maze, he’ll probably need your help to come out of it.
Besides, you can also go for a relaxing session in its spa and swimming pool. And do not forget to take the horse or camel ride to get the traditional royal feel of Jaipur.
2. Wonderland Amusement Park:
Embark on an adventure-filled journey with your little ones at the Wonderland Amusement Park. This Amusement Park in Jaipur has some crazy rides to shuffle the senses of your child. Hop on the Rambo train to get a vintage feel or get on the bumper cars to introduce your tykes to driving.
With the Break Dance, Play House, Frisbee and other exciting rides and activities. Children won’t have a single dull moment in this amusement park.
3. Angel Resort And Amusement Park:
Angel Resort and Amusement Park located in Sikar-Jaipur highway, has all the facilities to make a fun-filled getaway. This luxurious and well-designed resort provides amenities of 3-star hotel confirming to International Standard for each room.
For children’s entertainment, the resort has a lazy river, outdoor swimming pools, open-air DJ floor, rain dance and a billiard room. The delicious food stalls and entertaining games will make a trip to Angel Resort and Amusement Park a memorable one.
4. Apani Dhani:
Apani Dhani, located on the western side of Jaipur is an award-winning ecotourism venture made with the aim of promoting and preserving local culture and heritage. The impeccable service, fine dining and exquisite interiors combine to make the most graceful, yet fun resort for kids. The central outdoor lounge is stocked with books and magazines on Sustainability in India and beyond.
The mud hut and thatched-roof bungalows with cozy settings will provide you with a comfortable stay. The rooms are aesthetically decorated with regional handicrafts. There is also an adjoining organic farm that supplies fresh and safe food.
We strongly suggest you take a walking tour of Nawalgarh Haveli with your children for an enriching experience.
5. Snow Planet:Is your child insisting on visiting a hill station this summer vacation, but you don’t have enough time in hands? Then why don’t you head to Snow Planet? Snow Planet is one of the most exciting water parks in Jaipur. This one-of-a-kind theme park is filled with natural snow.
Snow Planet has countless thrilling rides like Snow Slides, Snow Dance Floor, and Snow Play Area. It also provides activities like skating, sledding and sliding. The chief attraction of Snow Planet is the London Bridge. London Bridge at Snow Planet is a replica of the iconic London Bridge. It gives a mesmerizing experience with snow spraying all over.
The Snow Planet authorities also provide their visitors everything to enjoy the snow like jackets, gloves, socks and shoes. You don’t have to pay even an extra penny for it.
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6. Chokhi Dhani:
If you are a tourist in Jaipur and want to acquaint your kid with its festivities, then head straight to Chokhi Dhani. It’s the perfect place to witness the liveliness of Jaipur’s festivals and celebrations.
Chokhi Dhani is a five-star ethnic village resort located in the neighborhood of Jaipur. It opened its doors to the tourists in 1989 and had ever since been entertaining its visitors by showing the colors of Rajasthan’s ethnicities.
The folk dancers dancing to the traditional Rajasthani music will make even your kid’s feet tap to the rhythm. There are also health clubs, spas, and salon to let your hair down.
The puppet show will be a treat for children. And make sure you serve your kid to the traditional Rajasthani foods at the restaurants in Chokhi Dhani.
Elefantasy, as the name suggests, is an elephant themed park situated in a village located at a distance from the city.
As you enter the park, you and your kids will be welcomed by an adorable baby elephant. Kids can indulge in several activities here like playing with the elephants, going for an elephant safari and painting the animals. Kids can even join and play with the elephants in the water area where the elephants bathe. And do not worry about the safety of your children. The elephants here are trained to mix with people. Even the trainers and owners of Elefantasy follow the safety procedures strictly.
The theme park also organizes elephant safari to the nearby national park, where kids can meet their other animal friends like tigers and monkeys. And do you know what’s the best part? The entry to the Elefantasy is free.
The best time to visit Elefantasy park would be autumn or winter when the climate is conducive for kids to undertake outdoor activities.
Top 6 Water Parks In Jaipur For Kids:
1. Pink Pearl Fun City:
Pink Pearl Fun City, located around 16 kilometers from the center of the city is amongst the most famous resort cum amusement park in Jaipur. It is the first amusement park in Jaipur to have a water park, go karting, rain discotheque, ice skating rink, laser games, treasure island and virtual reality games. Besides, it offers aqua games, adventure sports, and aqua rides. But the highlight of the amusement park is the artificial beach, complete with sun beds and umbrellas.
The Aqua Disco, Rock Climbing, Wave Pool, Rock Climbing and other fun rides will amuse the kids. And Joy Train, a miniature train ride will give a perfect photo opportunity for the whole family.
Titanic, the food joint in the Pink Pearl Fun City, offers a varied cuisine at a nominal price. The park also provides separate changing room for male and female guests with lockers.
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2. Birla Water City:
Birla Water City, perhaps the most visited water park in Jaipur has everything that children look for in an amusement park. It is an ideal place for parties, picnics, birthday celebrations and kitty parties. There are thrilling water slides and fun rides like the mini space shuttle, mini train and children’s park to keep the tots happy and entertained.
The big swimming pool is a major attraction in this water park, especially in during the hot and humid summer season.
Besides these entertaining facilities, the Birla Water City also offers to lodge facilities at nominal rates. The dormitories are for a day stay while the independent cottages are ideal for weekend stays.
The Birla Water City is located in a strategic region of the city. It is just 5 to 10 minutes distance from Jaipur Railway Station.
3. Mauj Mahal Water Park and Fun Resort:
Mauj Mahal is a prestigious resort combining the charm of Jaipur and Indian hospitality. It’s a multipurpose resort that also functions as an adventure amusement park and a theme restaurant. From rain dance to the video game parlor, this resort has everything. Mommies can unwind in the spa and beauty parlor housed in the resort.
The star attraction of this resort is the adjoined water park. Your kids won’t complain of even a minute of boredom at the Mauj Mahal Water Park and Fun Resort.
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4. Hotel Aapno And Water Park:
Hotel Aapno is an ethnic, environment-friendly resort located far from the madding crowd of Jaipur. This recreational paradise has been a mirror of Rajasthani culture since 1995. The resort started as a restaurant, but gradually evolved into an ethnic village. Spread over 5 acres, the village, is dotted with platforms and Machan where folk artists perform concurrently. The fairs held every weekend would take you back to the time when splendor was unpretentious.
Kids will have a whale of a time in the water park. The slides, swings, and pools are a great hit among the children. But it’s the never-ending waterfall and massive swimming pool that takes the cake.
The theme park and resort are constructed and designed along the International Safety Standards. The resort authorities give immense importance to safety. The water park also organizes grand events to entertain its visitors. People who are already staying at the resort can enter the water park without paying any fee. But if you want to access just the water park, then you’ll need to purchase an entry ticket.
5. Fun World in Jodhpur:
Set a space of 30000 square feet, Fun World is the biggest and the most well-planned water park near Jaipur.
The facilities include a swimming pool, children’s pool, waterslides, bowling alley, pool table, discotheques and a multi cuisine restaurant. In short, it has everything to keep the young ones hooked during their stay here.
Besides the water and amusement park, the park also houses Mughal Gardens, a stunningly beautiful garden made on the lines of Mughal Gardens found in Delhi. The place exudes a vibrant aura during the evening.
Daddies can also hold their meeting in Fun World. It has an elegant conference room with state-of-the-art features. The décor of the conference room is at par with the global standards.
The park also offers accommodations. The 30 cottages steeped amidst the dense mango trees will transport you to an entirely different world. And the services provided are exemplary.
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6. Sunrise Health Resort:
Sunrise Health Resort and Water Park, spread over an area of 15 acres is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The resort will give you the comforts of five-star accommodation, that too in a zero pollution environment.
Rain Water Dance is the highlight of this place. The covered area with the rain effect system and loud music will compel your little one to dance with his full energy. There is an also an artificial wave maker that splashes waves up to 5 feet height. And the amusement park of Sunrise Health Resort delivers hair-raising thrills with almost every variety of rides imaginable.
Muskan Dine, the air-conditioned restaurant will give you a variety of Mughlai, Chinese and Continental dishes to choose from. There are quaint wooden seats set out along the artificial beach for you and your spouse to sit and soak up the sun.
Other Kid-Friendly Parks To Visit In Jaipur:
1. Jawaharlal Circle:
If you want your children to experience the pleasures of life in the lap of nature, then head to Jawahar Circle. Jawahar Circle, as the name suggests, is the best water park in Jaipur and the biggest circular park in Asia. It’s an excellent place for spending a full-filled evening with the kids.
The highlight of the park lies not just in its enormous size and shape, but also its musical fountains and rose garden. The park hosts musical fountain show daily from 8:30 to 9:30 pm. The park also has stalls selling all types of fast foods, that too at a frugal price.
The recently added jogging tracks have made it a perfect spot for health conscious people. So during the weekends, wake your munchkin early in the morning and go jogging with him.
2. Kanak Vrindavan:
Kanak Vrindavan is an exotic garden located amidst the Aravali Hills. Maharaja Jai Singh built it around 280 years ago. It is told that this beautiful green garden resembles the traditional garden Vrindandavan, the abode of Lord Krishna, where he frolicked with the Gopis.
Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh had built this park for his recreational purposes. It was also believed to be a sacred spot, as waters from prominent Indian Rivers merge to carry out the ‘Ashwamedh Yagna.’
This lush park boasts of well-painted trees, plants and shrubs. And the series of beautiful fountains adds to the beauty of this place. Apart from the blanket of trees, this beautiful garden also has intricate ‘chhatris’ and exquisite ‘jali’ work on the walls of the magnificent Govind Deoji Temple.
3. Ram Niwas Garden:
Located in the heart of Jaipur, Ram Niwas Bagh is a beautiful park built by Sawai Raja Pratap Singh. The park exhibits its natural beauty through its lush green patches.
Besides the sprawling green scenery, the majestic structures built over the years are gripping. The Albert Hall Museum is one such eye catcher. The museum, built in traditional Indo-Saracenic architectural styles, houses a collection of prized artifacts like miniature paintings, marble statues and sculptures.
The zoo and bird park will interest the young guns. The zoo officially called the Zoological Garden Jaipur is home to some endangered species. And the flock of birds will arrest the vision of the little ones. Besides, the park also sports an art gallery; a gymnasium and an auditorium name Rang Manch. Mommies can also do some shopping at the nearby Bapu Bazar.
4. Sisodia Rani Bagh:
Sisodia Rani Bagh is another exciting place to hang out with children during the weekends. It is hailed as the symbol of eternal love between Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and his queen Rani Sisodiya Jai Singh. Maharaja Jai Singh had built the garden to provide a getaway for his beloved queen. Centuries back, this garden was open only to the women from royal families. The royal women would visit the garden to rejuvenate themselves.
The beautifully painted pavilions, fountains, and watercourses make Sisodia Rani Bagh a charming place to visit with children. The paintings depict various stories about Radha and Krishna. The palace lying above the garden is as exquisite as the garden itself.
5. Vidyadhar Garden:
Vidyadhar Garden will make a pleasant getaway if you are seeking a peaceful escape with the kids. This pristine and picturesque garden was built in the memory of the chief architect of Jaipur, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. Nestled in the valley of Jaipur, the garden offers a panoramic view of the city.
Apart from the flowerbeds, well-maintained gardens, clear lakes and fountains are some of the elements that set Vidyadhar Garden apart from other gardens in Jaipur.
The garden has a perfect amalgamation of tradition Mughal and Hindu architectural styles with pavilions having spectacular murals depicting the significant events from the life of Lord Krishna. And the walls are engraved with fine mirror and lattice work.
6. Central Park:
Central Park is one of the largest and most colorful parks in Jaipur. Located in the heart of the city, Central Park is the perfect place to enjoy the colors of nature with the colorful birds chirping in the background. In fact, the park is a haven for birdwatchers.
The attractions of the Central Park include a stunning temple and the tallest tricolor of India. Just the mast of the flag is around 206 feet. The flag that this mast hoist is around 48 feet in width and 72 feet in length.
The color premises of the park also houses Rambagh Gold Club and Rambagh Polo Ground. It also has a 5-kilometer long track for joggers and morning walkers. Central Park will bring solace to your kid’s mind after the monotonous school schedule. And kudos to the Jaipur Development Authority for introducing modern amenities to the park. Central Park now looks more like a modern theme park than any public park.
The amusement parks in Jaipur as nowhere close to being as excellent as the amusement parks in Delhi, Mumbai or Chennai, but kudos to the authorities for bravely taking up the mantle of changing the entertainment scenario in the city. And they are doing a pretty good job.
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