Raipur is dynamically transforming into the chief education hub of Central India. Along with IIT, AIIMS, IIIT, NIT, National Law University, and Journalism University, various medical colleges, and higher education institutes are now beginning to set the stage for exponential development and progress in the city.
A soulful and green visual treat, Urja Park is in the heart of the city at Mana Road. Science buffs and naturalists will love if for its energy theme - ideal for a family escape or a sci-tech field trip for young learners. You can also curl up with a book at the cafe or go on boat rides.
Chhattisgarh's largest water park, MM Fun City is on the outskirts of Raipur. There are water slides, a wave pool, rain dance with a live DJ, a video game zone for all age groups, and dry play rides for children. If that isn’t enough, the variety in cuisine at the Banquet Hall, Indian, Chinese, all Continental, will make you want to come back for more. You can also find suites and rooms to stay at night after a long day of fun and frolic.
A one-stop solution for a variety of customers. Ambuja City Center Mall houses all major outlets including Fab-India, Bata, Khadim, Big Bazar, Maxx, Shoppers Stop, Dominos, McDonald’s, INOX multiplex, etc. Designed in the Roman architectural style, it has an exquisite food court and a 7D theatre that’s a hit with the children.
The Local Community Market is an annual event held every October to lend a platform for artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs from the community. It is reportedly one of Central India’s biggest flea market with over 1 lakh footfalls during previous editions. The past five editions have been a great success with festive vibes, food, entertainment, and intellectual synergy.
The Jungle Safari is an expanse of 800 acres of the Nandanvan Jungle Safari which offers visitors an extravagant experience. The place is a rendezvous for indigenous vegetation, migratory bird species, bears, deer, tigers, and lions. Located in sector-39 on Naya Raipur, it is about 35 km from the Railway Station and around 15 km from the Swami Vivekananda Airport, another 32 species of animals will be exhibited in the upcoming zoo.
Four safaris have been created so far:
Herbivore Safari – Area 30 ha.
Bear Safari – Area 20 ha.
Tiger Safari – Area 20 ha.
Lion Safari – Area 20 ha.