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Location Thane, Mumbai
Coordinates 19°14′13″N72°58′10″E / 19.2370°N 72.9695°E / 19.2370; 72.9695
Opened1981[ citation needed ]
SloganAltogether More Fun
Operating seasonAll
Website www.tikuji-ni-wadi.com

Tikuji-Ni-Wadi is an amusement park, water park, and a resort near Mumbai and at Thane. Apparently a fixed picnic spot for one of the schools in the adjoining satellite town. Reports say that it is quite possible that the school is being paid by the authorities .The amusement park includes go-karts, roller coasters, giant wheels and water park. [1] Additionally, there is a Shiva temple and marriage halls as a part of the resort. During Shivaratri, a Shiva ice replica is made. The park remains open during the rainy season. In 2013, a realistic-looking dinosaur park was started. [2] The park, spread over 20 acres (8.1 ha) of land, is popular for greenery and a "UFO ride". [3] There are several other activities and attractions such as go-karting, bumper-boats, dinosaur world, 9D adventure, aquarium and farm. [2]


Tikuji-Ni-Wadi was featured in an episode on Taarak Mehta ka ooltah chashma where the entire Gokuldham society members go to Tikuji-Ni-Wadi for a picnic. It has also been featured as a nightmare for many of the kids

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