I visited this rink yesterday, and it is not ice, it is a piece of plastic.
I'm an Indian-Born Canadian living in Winnipeg, Canada. I came to visit with my parents. I've been skating since I was 5, I play 'AA' Level Hockey, and I'm also a skating instructor at a local arena. So, I'm pretty confident in my ice skating ability.
However, when you skate on the plastic surface, it is completely different, the edges the angles and weight transfer change completely. You can't make strong strides, tight turn, crossover, or even backward skate. Hockey/Parallel Stops? You can't even build up enough speed.
What's the worst part of my experience? The staff. Firstly, there is a sign reading "Instructors are fluent in English." When I went to ask for another pair of skates because the ones I was wearing weren't sharp enough, the guy replied " No, this is good and new shoe." What am I supposed to do right? The on-ice instructor compares ice skating to roller blading which any decent ice skater knows otherwise.
It's 210 rupees for 45 minutes, but I left after 15. The rink is as big as the average bedroom. Add that to the number of people there, and you get one crowded rink. Absolutely not worth your time and money, unless of course, you've never ice skated before and are okay with fooling yourself.
I'll be sure to never set foot or skate here again.