Taipa Central Park is a certified multipurpose spot. Every day, people gather or stop by this amazing area for sports, play, walks, or just relaxing. . There are two playgrounds located at each end of the park that features slides, swing, animal rides and monkey bars. One of its main features is a huge swimming pool with a kiddie area. There are shaded areas everywhere and comfortable wooden and concrete seats combined attracting many visitors to stop by and hit pause in their lives for a bit. You will also find a gym, a pet area for dogs, a jogging path, a basketball court, vending machines, yoga lawn also used for Zumba, a chess area and the ultimate feature unlike any other parks is the underground library. Whether it’s playtime, exercise, swimming, reading, studying or reflecting on life in a quiet area of the park, the Taipa Central Park is a bustling place for all kinds of recreational activities.
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