Charial Children Park is located at Kalipur, Budge Budge, Kalipur, Budge Budge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700137, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Charial Children Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Monu Raja

3 Google Rating

At Chaurial more. It's a midium sized playground just beside the road. Good for little children for

3/ 5

At Chaurial more. It's a midium sized playground just beside the road. Good for little children for playing. But one cannot play cricket or football match there as the area of the ground is not too big. Only it's good for little children. It is also used to celebrate durgapuja during Puja time. Hence it has more importance.

Jayanta Maity

4 Google Rating

This place is a most helpfully place We play their and many of thinking

4/ 5

This place is a most helpfully place We play their and many of thinking

sk rakesh

5 Google Rating

Very good place. all shops are available here

5/ 5

Very good place. all shops are available here

Julfikar Sanfui

4 Google Rating

Very congested area. It's not a park Actualy. It's a play ground. Through out the year ground is b

4/ 5

Very congested area. It's not a park Actualy. It's a play ground. Through out the year ground is busy for various type of cultural programme.

BB TEACH

5 Google Rating

It's a great place , i like this place , this place are attractive for children .... I love this pla

5/ 5

It's a great place , i like this place , this place are attractive for children .... I love this place

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