A modern funfair, completely renovated in 2010 and situated at the foot of Moran Hill, offer thrills and fun for its visitors with many different rollercoasters and rides. It covers an area of around 400,000 square metres.
Referred to by many Pyongyang dwellers as the ‘Garden of the capital’, Moran Hill offers visitors a green oasis to relax and recuperate. Within its grounds are many historic remains, ramparts, the Ulmil Pavilion, Chilsong Gate and Cohesong Pavilion providing marvellous views over the city from its peak.
Pyongyang Central Zoo
Keeping over 650 species of animals and totaling 6,000 local and foreign sourced animals, including those bequeathed to Kim Jong Il as gifts from foreign parties. It includes an aquarium, an elephant enclosure, aviaries, a lion enclosure, a hippopotamus enclosure and many others.
Central Botanical Gardens
Nestled at the foot of Mount Taesong, the botanical gardens contain nearly 6,000 species of local and foreign plants. The gardens include Kimilsungia and Kimjongilia greenhouses, a plant museum, ornamental trees, medicinal herbs, fruit trees, an arboretum, and nursery gardens
Situated in the Sports Village on Chongchun Street and completely refurbished last year, this entertaining diversion allows visitors to try their aim on a variety of firearms, both real and simulated.
Completed in 2012, this leisure complex, situated on Rungna Islet in the middle of the Taedong River, offers a variety of entertainment options including a dolphin show, fun fair rides, water park and mini-golf course.
Another recent addition to the Pyongyang cityscape, Munsu is a huge indoor and outdoor leisure centre featuring water slides, pools, indoor and outdoor sports courts, sauna and steam room complex, restaurants and cafes.
Pyongyang Gold Lane Bowling Alley
Good fun for a night out, try your skills on the ten pin bowling alley. A good chance to see Pyongyang residents at leisure.