The park stands adorned with beautiful 24 ft high and 40 ft long mermaids, which greet you as you step inside. As you go further, there will be museum of fountains. The moment you pass but it, you will get a steamy spray of cooling water. At the entrance of the fiber cave, are beautiful image of Natraj and Lord Shiva. Going further you will see the largest man-made fiber cave measuring 103 ft in length. At entrance you will see Lord Shiva (God of Life) with his family and Natraj (God of Dance). This cave has been prepared on modern technology with the presence of Lord Shiva and Natraj adding as symbolic touch of Indian tradition.
A visit to the Suraj Water Park is the perfect way to spend the day, filled with fun and amusement. The wave pool, stimulating the waves of sea, is a big hit amongst the crowd. The Ulat Pulat long runner ride starts head up but lands head down. Dhadkan – heart beat – is a double ride – the force you go up, you come back screaming. The slides at the Suraj Water Park provide you with the adrenaline rush and are perfect for the fun-seekers. Serpentine ride Ding-Dong-Sing-Song swings you screaming. The Labak, Zabak and Matak slides are the most adventurous of all, with their 100 ft dive that stretches on for a length of 350 ft. Just go on from one slide to another and lose yourself in the fun and excitement. For the children, there is Nanha Tal, a tower with 16 rides to learn children how to dare for the big rides, which provides the same level of excitement.