The Sugar King Park was once the third-ranked sugar kingdom in the world. The Sugar King Park is located in the south of the city and has a small area. This is a memorial park built by the Japanese to commemorate the founder of the sugar factory. There are a bronze statue of Matsue Haruji and a shrine in the park. There are also small trains that the Japanese used to transport sugar cane from all over Saipan. There are beautiful moss-covered trees in Sugar King Park, an ideal place for a picnic.
The scenic spot has an excellent location. There are a lot of people going there on weekends. There is a lake where you can go boating. It is suitable for couples or friends to talk. There are many facilities that are gradually being improved. If it is more fun and lively after a while, the greening in the scenic spot is very good. The air is also very good and highly recommended!
Saipan was once the kingdom of sugar. The park was established on the basis of the remains of a sugar factory. The small train used by the Japanese to transport sugar cane in Saipan is preserved in the park. You can also see a statue of a little Japanese who depends on Saipan. The island’s climatic conditions have grown sugar cane and developed the sugar industry in Japan. It is called the sugar king. The Japanese have a long history of invaders.
Very ordinary community park, the light is too strong and I walked and left
The total area of the park is small, with a beautiful environment and pleasant scenery.
Preston_Dominguez: Middle Rd, Garapan, Saipan 96950
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended American Memorial Park,Micro Beach,Mount Tapochau,Beach Road,Sugar King Park