An amusement park in the city center (a stone throw away from the Parliament Building) is a rarity, and in that respect Panfilov Park does have an advantage. The park is pleasant enough with nice trees and walkways, but then again, (to its credit) the center of Bishkek has no dearth of parks and pathways. There are a number of rides that are very reasonably priced (no admission fee to the park itself), but most are are beginning to look a bit tired, and are manned by equally tired looking staff. Since our visit was in late fall, there were not many visitors around. However, there are indications (a number of restaurants and outlets) that it is a much busier and livelier in the summer. The park also offers a convenient shortcut between two major thoroughfares, Togolok Moldo (home to the well known Arzu and Time Out cafes) and Panfilov Streets.
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