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Suraj Water Park

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Location  Thane, India
Area  17 acre
Phone  022 2597 4743
General Manager  Laxman Katti
Pools  Nanha Tal, Wave pools
Owner  Muchhala Magic Land Private Ltd
Water slides  Ding-Dong, Labak and Zabak, Sing-a-Song, Shiv Ganga, and Rainbow water slides
Address  Ghodbunder Highway, Waghbil Naka, Thane West, Thane, Maharashtra 400615
Hours  Open today · 10AM–6PMSaturday10AM–6PMSunday10AM–6PMMonday10AM–6PMTuesday10AM–6PMWednesday10AM–6PMThursday10AM–6PMFriday10AM–6PMSuggest an edit
Similar  Tikuji‑Ni‑Wadi, Dadaji Kondadev Stadium, Water Kingdom, Fort Bassein, Upvan Lake

Suraj water park fun ride

Suraj Water Park is a 17-acre water theme park in Thane, Maharashtra. The water park holds six Limca Book of Records such as Asia’s largest cave extensively made of fiber glass.



Suraj Water Park is owned and developed by Arunkumar Muchhala – Chairman of Muchhala Magic Land Pvt. Ltd. This water park is designed by White Water West Industries of Canada. The water park holds six Limca Book of Records namely for longest tunnel in Asia using fiber technology, collection of more than 1600 ancient locks in its museum, rainbow slide which opens into 16 slides, Asia’s biggest man-made waterfall - ‘Har Har Ganga’ and man-made village, Surajgadh.


The park is located at Thane Ghodbunder Road 7 kilometers away from Thane railway station and 15 kilometers away from Borivili.


The water park has a number of rides including 'Nanha Tal' slide for children, 'Ding-Dong', 'Labak and Zabak', 'Sing-a-Song', 'Shiv Ganga Slide', 'Wave Pool' and 'Rainbow Slide'. Fiber Glass Cave is 103 feet long largest man-made fiber glass cave of Asia. The water park has its own open lawns made like a village called SurajGadh which regularly hosts weddings and parties. Suraj Water Park has a museum of locks which showcases more than 1600 ancient locks for which it holds Limca record. The water park has also hosted video shoots for Indian movies.

Awards & recognition

  • International Golden Pony Award - 2005
  • Resort of the Year - 2001
  • Pride of Maharashtra, Department of Tourism Maharashtra - 1999
  • References

    Suraj Water Park Wikipedia

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