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Tenggarong City atmosphere, especially in the afternoon very busy especially on holidays, especially at a point where the park is under the Pedestrian bridge Kukar. The existence of the bridge as pathways Kukar traffic liaison between district and other areas have proved very beneficial. In addition to its main benefit, the bridge that became the pride of the citizens Kukar also has tourism potential and beauty of the sparkling lights at night. But unfortunately, now the bridge has collapsed, and will be fixed soon. Pedestrian park that was built under the bridge into place to relax, this is evident from the many people gathered. some young couples sitting on the edge while chatting with each other while waiting for sunset drum arrived. Not only are young people, the park is also a relaxing place for families. On certain days the park is also used for activities or other important events, such as for the entertainment of the people and some events are often held parade band. The park is very strategic location is always crowded with people visiting and also has a disparate impact, is evidenced by the many food and beverage vendors, thus indirectly the existence of this Pedestarian Parks helped improve people's economy while reducing the impact of unemployment on Kukar. Pedestrian park that was never empty, as crowded as a place to relax with your family enjoying Tenggarong City in the afternoon.

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