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Fantasy Land

Fantasy Land

Fantasy Land
Fantasy Land

Spread over an area of 30 acres, the Fantasy Land amusement park of Mumbai is situated at Jogeshwari, near the Essel World. Built over an expanse of green landscape, it offers a large number of rides to its visitors. The amusement park is not very old and was inaugurated as well as opened for the general public in the year 1992. However, it has experienced a growth in popularity over time and today; it is counted amongst the most popular entertainment hubs of the Bombay city of India.

Boasting of a number of adrenaline pumping rides, Fantasy Land has something for people of all age groups. It boasts of a wide range of international rides and games, providing the perfect excitement to people. The new and innovative amusement options at Fantasy Land make it a one of its kind amusements parks, not only in Mumbai, but the whole of India. The Italian merry-go-round will take you back to your childhood days, while the swinging Dragon will make you feel on top of the world.

Incase you are tired of the Mumbai traffic, just drive down in the car and hit one other playfully, without the fear of hurting anyone or getting caught. Then, there is the Master blaster that has a dozen arms. It will take you high up in the air and then brings you down, with you having butterflies in your stomach all the while. For those who love roller-coaster rides, Fantasy Land has the Ze Ulta Fulta Express. The ride takes you on a 360-degree turn in the sky, which is enough to make you feel near weightless and simply out of this world.

However, if you are one of those less-adventurous types, don’t worry. The amusement park comprises of a number of coin-operated games. You can even go for boating in the artificial lake or ride horses. The foodies out there also have no reason to fret about. Right from the exotic oriental dishes to delicious Indian cuisines, you have everything at the Fantasy World. The amusement park is open from 11 am to 8 pm on weekdays, except Monday. On weekends or public holidays, the closing time gets extended by one hour, to 9 pm.

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