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Chimelong Resort announces partial reopening after COVID-19 closure

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The Guangzhou Chimelong Tourism Resort will partially reopen on April 30 with precautions in place to protect visitors and staff.

Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife World, Guangzhou Chimelong Panda Hotel and Zhuhai Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, Zhuhai Chimelong The Penguin Hotel will also open.

30% capacity

Following the advice of the government, the number of visitors to the parks will be limited to 30% of the maximum capacity.

At the park entrance, visitors must have their temperature taken, have their identification documents validates and have their health codes verified. These documents must be prepared before the visit. Tickets must be booked online before visiting.

Mask have to be worn by all visitors, and social distancing must be observed within the parks. When queuing, visitors will have to observe guidelines and follow staff’s instructions when necessary.

Indoor attractions remain closed

The closed, indoor stadium will not be open. Similarly, some performing arts projects will remain closed. Some attractions that will not open are the 5D Castle Theatre, 4D Cinema and Koala Garden Indoor Pavilion.

LED screens throughout the park, as well as broadcasts, will provide up-to-date information for visitors during their visit.

Park opening hours are also modified. Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife World is scheduled to open from 9:30-18:00 while Zhuhai Chimelong Ocean Kingdom will open from 10:00-19:00 daily.

The validity of annual passes will be extended in light of recent closures.

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

Meanwhile, more Fantawild Holdings theme parks are also reopening in China. They are also checking temperatures and limiting capacity to 30%.

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