Malecon 2000 is the name given to footpath ignoring the Guayas River in the Ecuadorian port city of Guayaquil. A urban reestablishment venture concentrating on the old Simon Bolí promenade, it remains along the west shore of the stream for an estimated length of 2.5 km 1.5 mi.. Several of the best chronicled landmarks in the historical backdrop of Guayaquil can be seen along its length, and exhibition halls, gardens, wellsprings, shopping centers, eateries, bars, nourishment courts, the main IMAX Theater in South America, and in addition loading up docks where a few embarkations offer both daytime and evening time visits all over the Guayas River.
It is one of the biggest works acknowledged in Guayaquil and it is viewed as a model of urban recovery by worldwide measures, having been announced a sound open space by the Pan-American Organization of Health POH and the World Health Organization WHO. During the frontier time frame, Malecon was a tight way in roadway shape. Amid the nineteenth century individuals began to accumulate around this place, bit by bit growing its augmentation as years passed by and it turned into a point of convergence of early social life in the youthful city.
More than a very long while, the promenade fell into decay with a few regions of it in the end falling into the stream itself by the mid-to-late 1980s. At this point it was likewise viewed as an exceptionally perilous place, the same number of hoodlums, muggers and cutpurses exploited the cover gave by congested foliage and poor brightening to stow away and sit tight for conceivable casualties. Street pharmacists and whores likewise used to visit the territory during the evening amid its most risky period.