The platform to view and feed the fish
The authorities have also put in lots of fish, and they all appear to be very well maintained. There were big and nice fishes.
Joe trying to 'sprinkle' the bread
Recently, Joseph has renamed the park as ‘Fish and Bird park’. This is because he saw some sparrows come eat the bread crumbs. As a result, that became his new passion, and he enthusiastically chased the sparrows in an attempt to feed them (which obviously won’t work). So now we put bread crumbs on the walkway and hope that the birds will come eat them. It works, but not at a very high success rate.
We also tried to feed a bird in the water …..
The park has quite a nice playground too, but normally Joe doesn’t go on that. His favourite item there is the set of 3 tunnels
But what is his favourite past-time with the tunnels? Climbing on it and then jumping down!
I don't play in the tunnel. I play ON the tunnel!
Overall, this is a nice park. It has been around for a couple of years and is very well maintained (a very nice change from what we’ll normally see in Malaysian parks). They have even stationed security guards there to maintain order (this is necessary otherwise the fish will disappear!) The fish are beautiful, and feeding them can be very therapeutic for one. Only downside to this park is that it is very crowded during the weekends and public holidays, which speaks volumes about its popularity. In addition to the fish and playground, the park also has kite-flying; there are vendors selling kites all along the road leading to the park.