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Kathmandu Fun Park to come into operation 

Bhaktapur. A ‘Kathmandu Fun Park’ is to be set up at Palase in Bhaktapur for the development and entertainment of domestic tourism.

Managing Director of Kathmandu Fun Valley, Sujan Thapa, informed that the new management and new look of ‘Kathmandu Fun Park’ is being brought into operation at a cost of Rs. 110 million.

The first fun park in the country, which has been closed for a year and a half, will be inaugurated on Saturday on the occasion of New Year 2078 BS. The fun park is capable of employing 30 local youths.

Managing Director Thapa informed that Karnali’s costumes, lifestyle, food, cultural festivals and traditions, materials used here many years ago are kept in the Karnali Museum.

The park is being set up with the aim of developing domestic tourism for children, students, youths, and family members at a time when there is a lack of safe places to hang out and have fun.

A fun park is located at Palase along the Araniko Highway, four kilometers east of Suryabinayak Chowk, the last point of the Koteshwor-Suryabinayak six-lane road in Kathmandu.

Sharma said that the park has been set up in an area of ​​56 ropanis for the first time in Nepal where more than 3000 persons can have fun together. The park has 12 gaming zones and four water zones.

The park has a rotating helicopter, a 40-foot wheelchair train, a wave bridge, and a 40-foot-to-150-foot sliding bridge. You can also enjoy aqua dance, wave pool, sliding, tips pool. Likewise, children can enjoy a variety of sports, such as trains, small bungee jumps, and sea waves.

The park will operate from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Health standards and quality equipment have been provided keeping in view of the corona infection.

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