Creative playgrounds that keep the rowdiest of kids busy (2020/06/30)
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    Creative playgrounds that keep the rowdiest of kids busy (2020/06/30)

    With the epidemic easing and summer upon us, many parents have found themselves with restless kids that want to roam. In Taipei and New Taipei, innovative playgrounds have popped up that offer an outlet for energy and a space to explore. Let's take a look.

    Kids scream as they careen down the slide. This is a playground that opened in New Taipei in June. It’s now a neighborhood favorite, filling up fast on the weekends with families.

    Member of the public
    We haven’t come by this area in a long time. The kids love this. It’s a fresh experience.

    Member of the public
    It’s pretty great. I feel they made good use of the space. It’s very open. There are lots of people here but it’s easy for kids to move around.

    Stephany Yang
    Formosa News reporter
    We are going to test how many seconds it’ll take for me to slide down. That took me five seconds.

    The new playground is inside Metropolitan Park in New Taipei City. Most of the playsets are themed on Taiwan’s indigenous animals. There's a Formosan Rock Money slide and a Clouded Leopard slide. At the bottom, there’s Formosan Sika Deer climbing sets. The brightly colored structures are designed to give a safe experience to kids of all ages.

    Member of the public
    The material of the playground surface is quite safe. Children can skip and jump and they’ll be all right. Lots of kids are here having fun together.

    Another recently opened playground is at Nangang's Shanshuilu Eco Park, which used to be a landfill. Through years of reconstruction, it’s now a park for the whole family, complete with a zip line that thrills the kids.

    This is a new baseball-themed playground next to Taipei Baseball Stadium. The play tower soars high up into the sky, and it features a slide that’s 9 meters tall. The theme of the playground was determined by an online vote. Since its opening in May, it’s been delighting young baseball lovers and their parents alike.

    中文 Chinese  
    家長看過來! 盤點都市內新遊樂場





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