The children's amusement park Arkadagyň Nesilleri was commissioned on Friday in Esenguly district of Turkmenistan’s western province of Balkan, the country’s official media reports.
The chairperson of Mejlis chamber of bicameral Turkmen parliament Milli Gengesh, MPs, representatives of province and city administrations, public organizations, mass media, honorary elders and residents of the district attended the opening ceremony.
The park, covering an area of 1.5 hectares, was built upon the order of Esenguly District Administraion by the Department of Social Service in accordance with modern requirements for the organization of children's recreation and construction standards. It houses a variety of attractions, including carousels, driving range, a Ferris wheel, an amusement arcade, a cafe, and a children's toy store.
Esenguli district of Balkan province achieved the highest results in socio-economic and cultural indicators among the province districts in 2018 and was awarded a cash prize of $1 million.