Since its inauguration in the year of 1991, Nicco Park Kolkata has become the most favorable entertainment destination for the dwellers of Kolkata. This huge amusement park is a must place to visit, especially during the weekends. It shares equal entertaining experience for both children as well as adults. I was among one of the visitors who were standing in the queue and equally excited to have a roller coaster journey in the ‘Disneyland of Kolkata’.
I took my tickets to get inside the amusement park and was flabbergasted by the preview of the 40 acres land. I crossed my patience limits and gushed to the rides without thinking any further. I chose the Pirate Ship as my first ride and got into that along with some of the inhabitants of Kolkata. It was an amazing experience with them; we were screaming like anything. I got familiar with them even in that five minute journey. Likewise, I tried different rides of Tilt-a-Whirl, Water coaster, River caves, Moon ranker, etc with unusual senses of exhilaration. After spending some thrilling moments, I realized that tt was high time to have some snacks and coffee and to enjoy them I went to the Food Park. It serves North Indian, south Indian and almost every local cuisine. I bought some T-Shirts for my friends and for my nephew from the Souvenir Shop and Sheroo Bazaar located inside the park. There is a magnificent ride called The Giant Cyclone which was included in the year 2003. It is one of the largest ones in Asia with a length of 750 meters and a height of 55 feet. I many visited educational recreational activities such as the Solar Energy Village. I came to know many exciting things related to the functioning of non-conventional energy sources which are in extreme demand in today’s world.
I was not wrong to have the Giant Cyclone ride at the last; it really took me out of my place. The thrill was astounding and I was fortunate enough to note the brilliant experiences of Nicco Park Kolkata in my travel diary.