Adventure Island


A total of over Rs 1.6 billion invested, the park spread over an area of 62 acres features over 20 different rides and attractions, supplied by leading European manufacturers such as Intamin, Moser and Zamperla, who supply rides to Disney, Universal Studios and Six Flags. It is the Rohini, Delhi Adventure Island and Metro Walk by Unitech Amusement Parks Ltd. and International Amusement Ltd.

The Rohini Amusement Park combines the experiences of both retail and entertainment destination through its two distinct zones. The retail experience is called Metro Walk and the amusement park area Adventure Island. A separate zone in Adventure Island has been designed along with Turner Networks and is called Planet Pogo, which will house a MAD Theatre and Pogo Plazas for children. Adventure Island will also include a water park and a multimedia area, says managing director Rakesh Babbar.

Toronto-based leading architecture firm Forrec Limited, designed the layout of the park. Internationally renowned consultants such as City Design Group, Electrosonic, Management Resources and Cini Little have also been roped in to create a world-class amusement park and retail destination that promises to be a one-of-its-kind entertainment destination bigger that anything else in its catchment area.

The amusement park featuring 15 rides will be specific to children and teenagers and for the whole family.

Adventure Island comprises of a separate children's zone that will be themed around the popular children's entertainment channel Pogo. This zone will be called Planet Pogo and will house special attractions such as the MAD Theatre, H2O zone and HQ.

Another major attraction is the water park that will feature several long water slides, a large lazy river, fountains and a wave pool.

Metrowalk Mall

With a total area of 200,000 sq. ft., Metro Walk is one of the biggest malls retail, food and entertainment. An artificial lake spread across 3.5 acres provide refreshing backdrop to exclusive retail experience. Themed signages and extensive interiors in vibrant colours will line the central courtyard of the Metrowalk.

Water Management

The promoters have commissioned an environment-friendly water management system, sourced from 8 tube wells located along the site, will then be treated at the RO plants for water filtration before being used in the park. To counter the drawing of ground water, the park has outlined a plan to harvest water. Recharge pits will be constructed within the site that will absorb rainwater back in the ground. The park also plans to set up a water treatment plant in the future that would make it possible to recycle and reuse unclean water.

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