National Amusement Park
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National Amusement Park information
Known to almost everyone as the ‘Children’s Park’, this small amusement park features rides, games and paddleboats. The target audience is the 12-and-under set, so it’s perfect if you are travelling with small kids. The park entrance is on the southeast corner. For the rides you buy individual tickets, around T3000 to T5000 a pop. It’s open year round; in winter there’s ice skating for T2000 per 90 minutes.