Waste to Wonder Park is one of the most gorgeous and
incredible tourist attractions that have been recently added to Delhi’s tourist
destination places. The park features the replicas of the seven wonders in the
world. What makes it a unique and fascinating site is the fact that all these
replica monuments designed in the complex are made of the waste materials,
specifically the waste accumulated from the industrial sector.
The models built in the park are made of approx 150 tons of
industrial waste materials that include shattered metal utensils, useless
pipes, discarded automobile parts, and scrap iron. It is a wonderful tourist
destination for couples, who are on the lookout for a serene location. You
could also plan a trip to The Waste to Wonder Park with your family and click
some amazing pictures right in front of the Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal
replicas. It is situated at a short distance from Nizamuddin Metro Station.
Covering 7 acres, the Waste to Wonder Park was inaugurated by
Rajnath Singh (Home Minister). Admire the beauty of Rome’s Colosseum (standing
at a height of 15 ft) and click photos with the Statue of Liberty. The theme of
the park encourages Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. It is a perfect specimen explaining
the importance of cleanliness. Thanks to the movie Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya. The
movie depicted the seven wonders park in Kota, which led to the idea of
designing Waste to Wonder Park in the capital city.
The park receives local visitors and tourists from all over
the world. It is lovely to spot the Seven Wonders of the World made out of
waste in one place. Visit the park to see how objects created from waste and
scrap can look so beautiful and surreal. The park is open to visitors every day
except for Mondays.