SDMC reopens Waste to Wonder Park for visitors

The park has been reopened now following the guidelines issued by Delhi government under the ‘Unlock Process’.

New Delhi:  The SDMC   has reopened Waste to Wonder Park for visitors. The park was closed by the SDMC  for public  in April this year due to lockdown after surge in Covid-19 cases in the city.

The park has been reopened now following the guidelines issued by Delhi government under ‘Unlock Process’, said the officials concerned of the SDMC. Mayor of South Delhi Mukesh Suryan said that the arrangement of thermal screening has been done for visitors entering the park. They   will have to follow the Covid related guidelines while visiting the park.

The visitors may visit the park  between 10 AM to 10 PM daily and a ticket of Rs. 50 has been fixed for adults while Rs. 25 for children.  Entry of senior citizens/elderly people and children aged below 3 years is free in the park.  The visitors have also been urged to follow Covid apropriate behaviour while visiting the park.

It is worth mentioning that the Waste to Wonder Park has recently bagged ‘Earth Day Network Municipal Leadership’ Award. This is India’s lone park where replicas of seven wonders of the world have been made through waste and scrap materials.

 

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