According to the Taipei City Government, are you afraid of gaining weight during the 9-day Chinese New Year holiday? The city administration recommends visiting the Neihu Recreational Sports Park if you're searching for a nice outdoor workout and fitness spot.
The 3.8-hectare Neihu Recreational Sports Park, which is built on top of the Neihu Sewage Treatment Plant, has a sandbox, rock climbing wall, extreme sports training area, and polyurethane athletics tracks. All the facilities are open to the public and are free to use.
Visit the Neihu Recreational Sports Park if you're searching for a nice outdoor workout and fitness spot. (Photo / Provided by Taipei City Government)
The park is a terrific area for the entire family to spend time together and burn some calories, according to Director Kao of the Neihu Sewage Treatment Plant. Children can play in the sandbox, while adults can burn calories by running around the tracks. It's also a terrific spot for picnics, with fantastic views of planes landing and going off at the adjacent airport. Pedestrians may watch the sunset along the riverfront from the skybridge, with Taipei 101 in the background.
The park's construction is made possible, according to the Sewer Engineering Office, by placing the sewage treatment plant underground. The recycling facility's subterranean architecture keeps odors out of the park and neighboring regions while providing a multi-functional green space within easy walking distance for neighborhood residents.
Visitors to the park should be aware that pandemic preventive measures are still in place. While within the park, they should wear a face mask, wash their hands frequently, and keep social distance.
How to get to the park?
By Bus: The Neihu Recreational Sports Park is served by buses 552, 63, S2, and BL26. Buses 204 and 518 will drop you off at the Xinhu Xingzhong Road Intersection bus stop, which is about a 3-minute walk from the park.
Driving: Vehicles can leave Tiding Boulevard Section 1 and park at the park's west parking lot. Motorcyclists can park on Jiuzong Road Section 2 in the roadside parking spaces.