When you are travelling with children, you want to be able to keep them happy as your holiday can easily be ruined by a sulking child. That is why just before you make travel plans you want to be able to narrow your search to those cities that have playing grounds for children. Depending on the location, these parks can be very hug containing everything from swimming pool, to glide surfaces and tunnel drives. Whatever the case even if it is a small park, your child will be grateful to you for thinking about what makes them happy. In this article we review some of the best children’s parks in the world.
Diana Memorial Playground, United Kingdom
This park was created in memory of the late Princess of Wales, Princess Diana. The main attraction in the park is the wooden pirates’ ship. Each year millions of visitors come to the park most of them children accompanied by their parents. Children can play with toys or use the sensory trails installed in the playground. The park is so designed as to allow disabled and abled body children to play comfortably.
Takino Hillside National Park Playground
This is a fantastic hillside park which is very good for children. The park is located just outside Tokyo but receives a lot of visitors because of its many interesting play attractions. The rainbow net hand knitted by Japanese fibre artist Toshiko Horiushi MacAdams is a fovourite with the kids. If you are an adult accompanying kids be ready for all the climbing an jumping you may have to join the kids to do. Don’t be surprised to spend the whole day at the park and you still have to drag the kids out.
Plitka Park, Sweden
This park designed by Monstrum is really every child’s dream come true. There tunnel slide is simply exciting but your kids are definitely going to love to play in the big blue whale that is found in the park. There are other many fun activities at the park to keep the kids busy.
Ghost Train Park, Peru
It was originally intended to host an electric train but that never saw the light of day. It was later abandoned and became an eyesore in the city until a group of creative artist decided to do something with all the trash, that’s how this creative park made from rubbish was made and today the young and old can have fun swinging and climbing from one end to the other.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park, Malaysia