New Delhi, 13th February 2018: King’s Park Street, a dedicated Tourism Hub in the heart of West Delhi and in association with Delhi Tourism, recently organised an exclusive ‘Meet & Greet’ session for the nearby RWAs and the Senior Citizens Welfare Mission to introduce them to West Delhi’s first cultural hub and showcase the venue and its various facilities.

Delhi’s new Cultural Hub

The Event was attended by around 20 RWA members and senior citizens who gave their valuable inputs to enhance the features of King’s Park Street. On the occasion, the members enjoyed the fun-filled evening and also played games and enjoyed other activities organised by the KPS Development Foundation. RWA members found this venue very interesting and a perfect choice for a family outing and activities.

Mr. Amit Sukhija, Project Head, King’s Park Street, said, “We are indebted by this gracious gesture of RWAs and members of Senior Citizens Welfare Mission who not only reviewed this place but also encouraged us to organise more such sessions. Their appreciations mean a lot as they are the ones who run businesses of multifarious natures and are decision makers. The inquisitiveness & excitement about the Facility in general is totally infectious. On their suggestion we will be organising various such get-togethers on a regular basis to promote this venue.”

Spacious seating for tourists in king's park street

King’s Park Street is a 3.5-acre Cultural Facility under the Raja Garden flyover which includes an Amphitheatre, ample Parking space, Regional Food Court, a state of the Art Banquet Hall (The Venetian) to host Corporate Events and Private Parties and Event Space for small as well as large scale Exhibitions. The property will soon see its first Adventure Hub of West Delhi as the venue will soon have a separate place for Adventure Activities, Multi-Cuisine Fine-Dining Restaurants and other recreational facilities.

In the coming months, King’s Park Street will be organising Holi Milan on 24th & 25th February 2018, Spring Festival in March 2018, Baisakhi Carnival in April 2018 and lots of other interesting Festivals/ Carnivals for the benefit of Cultural Enthusiasts. These events are part of King’s Park Street Foundation’s efforts in association with Delhi Tourism to promote the unique facility.

About King’s Park Street

King’s Park Street is an upcoming unique destination which caters to all the age groups
and also acts as a perfect venue for Corporate as well as Leisure segment. King’s Park
Street is Delhi Tourism’s unique project to develop under-utilised spaces under the
flyovers. Inspired by the contemporary examples internationally where spaces under the
flyovers and train stations are used for public gatherings and thus creates landmarks and
destinations, King’s Park Street has been conceptualized as a unique transformation of
urban spaces under the flyover and other public areas in New Delhi. King’s Park Street,
which is West Delhi’s first ever Culture Hub, will be an innovative platform to showcase
the true Indian culture as well as promote activities for modern generation. The area is an
Entertainment Zone, which is spread across 15000 square metres and has amphitheatre-
cum-mini theatre, exhibition space, food court, art & culture shows, street food festivals,
adventure sports and lots more interesting activities. The Centre is very close to Rajouri
Garden metro station and has closer proximity to all the shopping malls and main


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