Look out for the globe-clock-observatory tower at the top of the mountain.
It is officially recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest globe clock in the world..
Two roller slides (197 m and 155 m) afford bracing rides down the mountainside through the trees, and there is an athletics gymnasium in the park.
At the foot of the mountain, there is a water recreation space, including a waterside promenade, and an administration building featuring an observation terrace.
A recommended spot for families for leisure and relaxation.