Jump to content
  TPR Home | Parks | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram 

Photo TR EsselWorld, Mumbai, India


Recommended Posts

The first park my girlfriend Jessy and I visited this year was EsselWorld in Mumbai, India. EsselWorld seems to be one of the bigger and nicer theme parks in India. The park is clean, nicely landscaped and well maintained. To get to EsselWorld, usually you have to take a boat.

First some pictures of the beach from where the boats left:

 

IMG_2642.JPG.1048ef9b9ee38a872e0d463fdf7d3c4c.JPG

IMG_2643.JPG.4b43644cf714767977116313bd1dea13.JPG

IMG_2646.JPG.3a269652dc2378a8c9bd8819c0e035bd.JPG

IMG_2647.JPG.8e4bbc5df437d9332c9a0425b5c9885a.JPG

IMG_2651.JPG.c20ddb401a4ed88baa097cf7d29b5d31.JPG

 

The boats:

 

IMG_2652.JPG.798b458325f783857f2ef4c0a1bfcd0c.JPG

IMG_2656.JPG.5e876616a681ac1b01ca72df2c3c8ebb.JPG

 

Next to EsselWorld is this giant pagoda. More pictures of the pagoda later on in this review.

 

IMG_2644.JPG.c445252108c2a144985ebf4c175302ad.JPG

 

Our first ride of the day was the well-themed darkride "Monsters in the Mist". Well, it sure was misty because some of the animatronics were hard to see. It sure was a nice darkride though.

 

IMG_2706.JPG.c93071aa6cec62df158be3306606dd1c.JPG

IMG_2660.JPG.4045dd43019d440ab05281e8c6af2eb9.JPG

Don't visit Monsters in the Mist during your period ladies! Sure... what??

 

Some of the other rides in the park:

 

IMG_2662.JPG.7ec9345aa4d7417b415093c6e2cdb252.JPG

The newest addition to the park

IMG_2663.JPG.1e8cf31617d3d73f2034e022cd645130.JPG

Kiddie waltzer

IMG_2669.JPG.20dc4a7f7ecdc6a2a85deb33a72f9509.JPG

Another fun kiddie-ride

IMG_2670.JPG.e5a371554f0453ead4d91e61ef448dcd.JPG

Monster

IMG_2672.JPG.0cd72e9f79aa731638fe5810feeb2598.JPG

Another picture of the monster ride

IMG_2684.JPG.bea1dcce61be462e81c4267c8a20e202.JPG

Huss Rainbow

IMG_2685.JPG.6201bbddd7c837d01e878836a5bf17d3.JPGIMG_2698.JPG.92784ef14381f8bff5cc4a3a273035e0.JPG

Kiddie Flume-ride

IMG_2730.JPG.0ba839c6e5754c1a9e9ce1097bd1298c.JPGIMG_2737.JPG.7b305896a8e10202f03ed7bd43abe923.JPG

Tilt-A-Whirl, right at the entrance of the park

There was an ice-skate ring which looked really nice from the outside. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of it. There was even a bowling alley:IMG_2664.JPG.1835ce9bd672c882abe5cf982443d3d7.JPG

The bowling alley

It was a few days after Christmas when I visited the park, so there was still some Christmas decoration:IMG_2665.JPG.d2fe34806f6aed6573294e72926fb8e4.JPG

Christmas trees

IMG_2666.JPG.7bda5bbc1b738217079d8abc83d5b1db.JPG

Christmas presents

IMG_2667.JPG.8282d6707616c2c8204b1e2063fafad7.JPG

The first rollercoaster we did, the Pinfari Hoola Loop. A nice little coaster which was not too rough:IMG_2673.JPG.a9d560323ff75fa652658884aa74ec4d.JPG

Hoola Loop

IMG_2674.JPG.2ea38afe92ec46c0feacd6d6fda15481.JPGIMG_2678.JPG.59572424c8e375d2c3e402c7d4497314.JPGIMG_2679.JPG.641517c56180eb5e9735444ba2115961.JPG

Also don't visit the Hoola Loop during your period!

Being European, my girlfriend and I seemed to be the main attraction. Not only in the park, but in the entire India. A lot of people were looking at us, taking pictures of us, or asking us to take pictures with them. Some examples:IMG_2676.JPG.0d6bec7bdeda9c7b37ddcad8fb9c5a46.JPG

Me and my Indian fans

IMG_2704.JPG.f9d71bb4848df2a03b262496599d3fc0.JPG

Even parents asked if I could pose with their kids!

The second coaster of the day was the small and rough Zipper Dipper:IMG_2690.JPG.6ef1557181677de0a2c335c4ba22d564.JPG

"I want to be on your picture"

IMG_2691.JPG.10c580cc3fd96fe7d6060200db6a64eb.JPG

"Ok, then wave to TPR!"

IMG_2692.JPG.7ea999dea2a7c3c7f8514ed0f2f4548d.JPGIMG_2694.JPG.9f0a02e080ba57e94a5f8be96dc842c9.JPGIMG_2695.JPG.7ad978f3d01ef716cc862f894e9349bf.JPGIMG_2696.JPG.0b89ba80df0303a37d994ea7543e6078.JPGIMG_2697.JPG.ff1b70407058f19daa00ae0f7e88442a.JPG

Me lifting the Zipper Dipper

Some more pictures:

IMG_2700.JPG.7a55ee674ad3de71611909843eb9e72f.JPG

A bizarre spin'n'puke ride

IMG_2701.JPG.79e07b1328be50f2c64f9f63e14fd469.JPG

This ride was even too sick for me!

IMG_2703.JPG.7a26d33514f2ed041781a4c8a93f344c.JPG

Real Indian toilet sign

IMG_2707.JPG.398336da71a35c3fcbfc1be80c1e8ff9.JPG

Nope, you're not allowed in the mirror maze during periods...

IMG_2710.JPG.124167a8c9ba8bff9748c45fc5cf0e3d.JPG

Aren't we cute?

IMG_2711.JPG.3916d88e5cebab076d72909405aabe45.JPG

There was even a small temple in the park

Then, there was the wettest watercoaster EVER! You sure got soaked in this thing, that is why we skipped it. There were even changing rooms!IMG_2714.JPG.9e556ead5746f38cb615240b911cf4f7.JPG

SOAKED!

IMG_2724.JPG.c52095899f2751b5f6cd9e0b1b207470.JPG

SPLASH

IMG_2726.JPG.e8e3fc16d211ae623fc64f921d47cffc.JPG

Change clothes or have another ride?

The final coaster we did was the Zyclone, a nice (smooth!) small coaster:IMG_2735.JPG.a2ac3aa13a369902c046f39ef016a547.JPGIMG_2736.JPG.604adc42a902cad151c7ddfbdd068af6.JPG

Then, our visit to EsselWorld came to an end. It is really worth visiting should you be around. Entrance-fee is peanuts in comparison to European parks (you even get a coupons for a free softdrink and a free game!) and they sure got a nice collection of rides. Some last pictures:IMG_2738.JPG.6b8dcf91548f50fd5dedce7c6a2b88c0.JPG

Listen to Hippo!

IMG_2740.JPG.d39eee20bf15e1488687b9fc823a4c46.JPG

EsselWorld also got a waterpark. It looked nice, but we didn't visit it.

IMG_2742.JPG.18ee50d7521c1e158d3d612033e134fc.JPG

Fountain

IMG_2762.JPG.a0fa4bd2307609b5e410276a461a636c.JPG

Happiness

Like I wrote before, there is a huge pagoda next to EsselWorld. You can easily spot it when arriving by airplane. They are still building it, but even now it is nice to take a closer look at it:IMG_2760.JPG.8b97f77f4ff70b800df6a5982a7c4837.JPGIMG_2761.JPG.9d82eb0783a8f725b2837c286eef5491.JPGIMG_2769.JPG.89a608382e1e6605e070b8ad878e76aa.JPG

 

Hope you enjoyed my report!

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 5
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Days

Top Posters In This Topic

Posted Images

^Agreed. Riding the Aqua Dive was one of the most shocking experiences of my life. I imagine that's what driving your car off a bridge would feel like

 

Thanks for sharing!! I miss this place. Looks like you guys had a great time!

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.


×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use https://themeparkreview.com/forum/topic/116-terms-of-service-please-read/