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Waterpark Profile


director of The Enjoy City, revealed that the resort is expected to generate 2000 employment opportunities. Nearly 600 jobs have already been created by the development. The Enjoy City is one of India’s largest water parks, and


features striking sculpture work and a large idol of Hindu figure Lord Swaminarayan in the entrance. Guests can relax in the rock garden style sitting area and feel the cool breeze, or take on some of the thrilling slides and water attractions. With more than 42 waterslides and activities, there is


something to please every guest demographic. The waterpark’s attractions were partly designed, manufactured and installed by Arihant Water Park Equipment, and it boasts various signature slides supplied by the manufacturer - including Cobra Crusader, Body Bowl, Aqua Funnel, Bowl N Bowl, Aqua Loop and Half Spider. The park’s main attractions are two state-of-the-art Arihant slides: Aqua Disc and Aqua Attakk. The former is a round structure equipped with disco lights and audio acoustics for


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he chief minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, officially opened the park at an Inauguration Ceremony back in April this year. Rajeshbhai Golaviya, founder and


effective sound circulation, plus water jets that shower visitors for a unique rain dance experience. Patented by Arihant, it is one-of its kind attraction, inviting guests to have a boogie and a splash to Bollywood and rap dance mixes. Aqua Attakk, meanwhile, is a ‘new age’ interactive water


attraction game featuring special effects. A number of multi- seated boats are fitted with water shooting guns, a display and a power source. Riders shoot at target in order to score points as the boat takes them through the course. The Lazy River features floating tubes upon which each


family member can float downstream in a peaceful, twisting, turning journey. Further themed rides available for guests to choose from include favourites such as Aqua Fabula, Zombie Slide, 3 Body Slider, Zoomer Slide, Open Float Slider, Aqua Slide, Tunnel Float Slider, Aqua Wave Pool, Wizard Size 6 Lane and more. A special water play structure with a jungle theme aims to attract the kids with multiple elements and keep them engaged all day long. The Enjoy City’s many themed water slides have been chosen with the aim of creating a park that can compete on an international scale, and the project is expected to open new doors for Gujarat tourism.


Located on the bank of the picturesque Mahisagar River, The Enjoy City waterpark opened to the public earlier this year. Joining an existing theme park, adventure park and gardens, the waterpark completes the line up to offer guests an escape from the summer heat…


The Enjoy City is the brainchild of real estate developer Sakar Homes Private and its sister concern Sakar Leisure, based in Vadodara. In addition to the waterpark, the resort is comprised of a theme park, an outdoor adventure park, a ‘flower park’ (featuring landscaped gardens and waterfalls) a sports complex and a number of themed hotel options.


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