Spritzer EcoPark is a recreational park located along Jalan Air Kuning, Taiping. It was opened in 2015. The park is a community project by local water bottling giant Spritzer Bhd. with the idea of preserving the nation’s heritage in mind.
The park nestles opposite their factory and recycling plant. The whole area is landscaped and designed with environmental themes imbued with zen-like philosophies. The concept of the park merges fun, education, and heritage to life.
The park offers a fun-filled family getaway by providing recreational facilities and activities, along with historical and educational attractions and tours. Some of the attractions include an 18-hole mini golf course, discovery tunnel, cactus rock, Kidz Zone, tree tag walkabout and photography corners. The facilities provided are a souvenir shop and a boutique cafe with scenic river deck.
Image by: Spritzer EcoPark FB
Monday – Friday: 9.00 a.m – 6.00 p.m
Weekend & Public Holiday: Closed
There is no entrance fee.
Lot 898, Jalan Reservoir, Off Jalan Air Kuning, 34000 Taiping, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.
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