Recently the state government allowed theme parks and art classes to operate normally during RMCO. Honestly, this is one of the most pleasing news we have had since MCO started. Moreover, working out indoors isn’t really everyone’s cup of tea. Some of us prefer to have a change of scenery and setting. Indeed, what says adventure more than challenging tracks and courses outdoor.
Escape Theme Park Reopened On 16th June
Last week, Escape Adventureplay Theme Park announced on social media that their gates will be reopened for business on 16th June. Due to the announcement, a crowd of over 100 people can be seen swarming around the park yesterday. Obviously, who can resist this temptation especially after seeing the 30% off offer upon buying tickets online. Additionally, you can even reserve a date for your visit.
Giving Extra Attention To Safety
Sim Choo Kheng, founder, and CEO of Escape Theme Park said that Adventureplay will only accept a maximum number of 1000 visitors per day. “Our biggest capacity is 3,000 but we will limit it to 1,000 people.” he continued.
Escape Theme Park can be divided into three sectors; Adventureplay, Waterplay, and Gravityplay. However, as of now, only Adventureplay and Gravityplay are ready to accept visitors. Zip lining, airbags, and tree swings are just some out of various other activities that are available right now.
They are also practicing the new norm procedures before entering. “We will scan everyone’s temperature before letting them in and are handing out gloves to all who enter the park.” In addition, the park will be sanitized every few hours according to the traffic. Each visitor will also have to wear a face mask throughout all activities in the park.
Waterpark Activities Are Out Of Boundaries
Sim Choo Kheng also stressed that water-based activities will remain closed. He added that it was important for theme parks to reopen as this would aid other businesses like hotels. With the interstate travel ban finally lifted, tourism players are finally able to get their business back on track. On the other hand, the sight of Malaysian doing recreational activities again is refreshing, don’t you think?
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