Taman Gelora or Gelora Park is located about 3km from Kuantan town along the way to Teluk Chempedak Beach. It is a recreational park for children and adults.
The scenery in Taman Gelora is beautiful. There are a few lakes in the park. The trees are reflected in the lake like a mirror.
There is a lotus pond in Taman Gelora. It looks stunning when the flowers bloom.
Taman Gelora is full of tall trees. Those swaying trees make this park a little cooler. There is a footpath among those trees.
There is another special thing about this park. The park is just beside the sea. Just imagine sitting on a bench and looking out to the beach while listening to the sound of swaying trees or jogging while feeling the sea breeze. What a relaxing time!
Various activities can be carried out here. Some people like to take a slow walk while others like to jog along the footpath. For me, I like to take a slow jog and admire the beauty of the park. Children can play seesaw, iron bar, swing or enjoy the slide at the playground. If you’re not afraid of pain, then try out the stone path! ;)
Taman Gelora is definitely a great place to relax and rejuvenate yourself.
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