Malpani Group invests ₹250 cr in amusement park in Mumbai

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on March 18, 2019 Published on March 18, 2019

The group is also setting a 200-room resort near the amusement park

Malpani Group, a diversified business house with interests in renewable energy, amusement and water park, real estate and hotels, has inaugurated an amusement park at Magic Mountains, Lonavala on the outskirts of Mumbai.

The group has invested ₹250 crore in the park spread over 35 acres. Over 30 riders including Z-Force, turbo rides, frisbee, super fun vertical swing and super splash have been installed by top companies from Canada, Germany, Italy and the Philippines keeping in mind the tourists interests and security, said Manish Malpani, Director of the group.

The group is also setting a 200-room resort near the amusement park.

Malpani Group operates two water parks ‘Wet’n Joy’ and India’s first devotional theme park Sai Teerth at Shirdi and Lonavala. Both the water parks showcase two of the largest wave pools in India, assortments of world class thrill rides, rain dance and various other fun activities. All the activities in the park are assisted and monitored by life guards.

Published on March 18, 2019

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