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Indoor areas to reopen at Chimelong Ocean Kingdom and Chimelong Wildlife World

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Chimelong Resort has announced that the indoor projects of Zhuhai Chimelong Ocean Kingdom and Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife World will reopen from May 15.

Guangzhou Chimelong Tourism Resort partially reopened on April 30, with precautions in place to protect visitors and staff amid COVID-19.

Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife World, Guangzhou Chimelong Panda Hotel, Zhuhai Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, and Zhuhai Chimelong Penguin Hotel all partially reopened on April 30.

Now, Zhuhai Chimelong Ocean Kingdom will reopen indoor projects including Whale Shark Hall, Penguin Hall, Beluga Whale Hall, and Undersea Restaurant.

Restaurants and experiences reopen

Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife World’s indoor projects to reopen include Panda Village Indoor Pavilion, Koala Garden Indoor Pavilion, Golden Snake Secret, and Jungle Discovery.

The number of visitors to the indoor areas will be limited to 30 percent of the maximum capacity and social distancing will be implemented.

These are in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the National Health Commission.

As part of the safety measures at Chimelong Resort, visitors must have their temperature taken and book online in advance.

Social distancing and limited capacity

Masks must be worn by all guests, and social distancing observed within the attractions. Visitors must observe guidelines while queuing and follow staff instructions.

Chimelong Resort urges all guests to “wear masks, wash hands and keep a distance to create a civilised, safe and hygienic tourism atmosphere”.

Elsewhere, Ocean Park Hong Kong is preparing to reopen in full swing, with strict measures to ensure the health and safety of guests, staff and animals.

Meanwhile, the government of Hong Kong said that it is preparing a revised bailout plan to inject HK$5.4 billion into Ocean Park.

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