Monday, February 16, 2015

7 Things that you will Love about the Valenzuela City People’s Park (Part 1 of 2)

Valenzuela City People's Park
Just this Saturday, February 14, the Valenzuela City People’s Park was officially opened to the public. One Valenzuela was among the throngs of Valenzuelanos who came to witness, explore, and celebrate the opening of the 1.3 hectare park.

Mayor Rex Gatchalian graced the opening of the park.
Avid children awaiting at the gate of the park along A. Pablo Street.
More people are eagerly waiting in front of the park which is facing Mac Arthur Highway.
See those smiles? Priceless.
Here are seven things that you will instantly love about the park as One Valenzuela did:

1. The Valenzuela City People’s Park has separate areas for various activities. Another plus is that the whole place looks so classy (or sosyal). 
The interactive fountain will astound park guests.
Come and play at the Children's Park.


Dance your way to health at the Aero Circle.
Valenzuela City People’s Park Amphitheater
Seniors will be very happy to unwind and walk here.
Grab some food and chow at the Picnic Area with family and friends.
Kuyas play chess with these life size chess pieces at the Seniors' Garden 

Zoological spaces in the park: Birds
Hello, Macoy and Pablo! According to an article in the Valenzuela City's Official Website, they were named after Mac Arthur Highway and A. Pablo Street.
Kids look at the fishes in the pond.

2. Free Wi-Fi access at the Valenzuela City People’s Park. Take a selfie and instantly upload it on Facebook. The ValenzuelaCity Facebook Page reminds Valenzuelanos not to forget the hashtag #ExperienceValenzuela!
Wi-Fi Zone at the park.

The Valenzuela City People’s Park is adjacent to the Valenzuela City Hall Complex along Mac Arthur Highway. It is open from Monday to Thursday, 5 a.m. to 12 midnight, and from Friday to Sunday, 5 a.m. to 2 a.m.