Water Volcano To Zyclone: Head To Kishkinta For Your Fix of Crazy Water Rides

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What Makes It Awesome

Nearly 120 acres of amusement is what awaits you at Kishkinta. Located in Tambaram, one of the first amusement parks in Chennai, this amusement park offers the coolest water rides. Fan favourites include the Anaconda, which will have you hurtling down a tube at great speed as you ultimately get thrown into a massive pool and the new Water Volcano, which is basically a simulated Tsunami. There’s also a water playground called Water Wars, a roller coaster through water, a white water rafting ride, a slip n slide, a waterfall and boating for those of you who’d like to stay dry.

Water tunnels will always remain a classic favourite for us! Speaking of wanting to stay dry, Kishkinta offers dry rides too! A roller coaster called the Zyclone, a Tora Tora, Space Shuttle, bumper cars, and a train are all up for trying. Having tried both the train and water rides, we still love the water rides more. However, don't forget to carry your lifejackets and tubes with you if you don't know how to swim even though there will be lifeguards watching out for you.

Not just rides. There are performing artists who do shows as well in Kishkinta. There’s a water show called the Rocket Man which is a must-see! There’s also a water ski show, a 5D show, and a musical fountain. There’s a kids section with tamer rides, tiny roller coasters, trains, and carousels. And once you're done with all the splashes and thrills, head to the Food Village where you can grab a bite or two. Along with that, you can also enjoy the peace of greens and lakes that are unique to this park. With tickets priced at INR 700 for adults and INR 500 for kids all days of the week, we think this makes for the perfect weekend getaway. They have special offers running through the year, so be sure to check those out as well. 


Be careful with the water rides as they can damage your devices. It is advisable to put them in a safe locker. 

For transit, you can easily get there via a subway train. The closest station is Tambaram.