The seven wonders of the world are exceptionally charming and eye treating but difficult for anyone to see them at one go, however, we get to see replicas of such seven wonders of world like Eiffel Tower, Statue of liberty, etc at a newly opened themed park i.e. Waste to Wonder in New Delhi featuring seven wonders of the world in a totally new concept.
Waste to Wonder Park is built using 150 tonnes of industrial and other waste. Such a concept has set an example of “Waste to Wealth” for other countries. This park has been built by waste scarp material with cost around Rs7.5 Crore.
The inspiration for Waste to Wonder was clicked by the idea from Bollywood movie “Badrinath ki Dulhania” in which kota’s wonders of the world has been featured. The movie scene inspired to make such a replica of seven wonders using waste material and created “Waste to wonders” in the capital city. It was inaugurated by Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, near Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi.
The main attraction of Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi is the different sized tall replicas of The Taj Mahal (20 ft.), The Great Pyramid of Giza (18 ft), The Eiffel Tower (60ft), The Leaning Tower of Pisa (25ft), Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer Statue (25 ft), Rome’s Colosseum (15ft), The Statute of liberty (30ft).
The seven, replicas are constructed with a scrap of automobile parts and other metal waste like fans, rods, iron sheets, nut-bolts, bicycle and other automobile parts. In all 150 tonnes of scrap/waste has been used. It has cost around 7.5 crores to create a creative park “Waste to Wonder Park.” The park’s architecture is beautiful and is one of the tourist attractions lately.
The Waste to Wonder Park is located in New Delhi of India near Nizammudin metro station, Sarai sale khan New Delhi.
Timing to visit the park is from the morning from 11 am to 11 pm. As of now, there are no entry fees for visitors as it is an attractive place for visitors. The committee of the park may allow for shooting and pre-wedding shoots as it has a good background.