Japanese Children Park

Pir Sohawa Road, Islamabad

Japanese Children Park

Japanese Children's Park Islamabad is a family oriented entertainment garden, located in Pir Sohawa Road, Islamabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It was constructed in 30 December 1985, as a special gift from Japanese to the Pakistani Children's.

Japanese Park, has newly improved in a Play Area, they reconstruct all the Swings, like Monkey Bars, Slides, and some other attractive rides to be made in the Park under the best engineers and trainers, who's look after all the problems immediately, in a very professional way.

Therefore, surround the park lot more excitement and entertainment for adult and children's, like different kind of beautiful flowers all around the park, lots of swings, slides, and trekking area, cricket area, and last but not the least the very beautiful and most visited spot behind it is, Margalla Hills.

Many families, tourist, and visitors, always come to enjoy in the park at evening, and spend their whole day here, with fun and entertainment all along.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Japanese Children's Park

Established Established in 30 December 1985
Category

Park & Garden

Rating
NearBy Landmark Islamabad Zoo
Location Pir Sohawa Road, Islamabad
City / Town Islamabad
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Japanese Children Park, Pir Sohawa Road, Islamabad

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 33.736497783913 °N,    73.060884475708 °E


Travelor Instructions

Japanese Children's Park Islamabad Visit Timings

Monday - Friday 08:00 AM - 11:00 PM


Japanese Children Park Map




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