By SuperPark Malaysia on June 30, 2020
Kuala Lumpur, 30 June 2020 – Following the recent updates from the government on easing the restrictions on COVID-19, SuperPark Malaysia, the indoor multi-activity park in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, will officially reopen to the public on Friday, 3 July 2020. Enhanced health and safety measures are in place to ensure a fun and clean environment to our guests.
SuperPark Malaysia will institute new measures and procedures, from compulsory temperature checking on arrival, new sessions timing with reduced capacity, accommodating social distancing in queues and activities throughout the park, providing a significant number of hand sanitization stations and implementing increased frequency of sanitization & disinfection.
“Our activity park is committed in providing the best guest experience while not compromising the health and safety of our guests. The new guidelines and procedures are in line with local authority requirements to ensure our guests and staffs’ safety and well-being are taken care of.” said Andes S.H Wong, Senior Marketing Manager of SuperPark Malaysia.
Below are the standard enhancements that will be implementing in SuperPark Malaysia to supplement the standards of cleanliness already in place. It is important that guests understand and in compliance with the procedures when the park opens.
|Hand Sanitizer Stations||
|Declare travel history||
*These measures will continue to be reviewed as the situation warrants and may be further adjusted.
In order to facilitate the new measurements in the activity park, revised operation hours and sessions will be introduced
|New Super Sessions||Time||Details|
|Session A||1100 – 1300|
|Session B||1315 – 1515||15 minutes sanitization after each session|
|Session C||1530 – 1730||on all frequent touched surfaces|
|Session D||1745 – 1930|
“During the COVID-19 pandemic, so many of us have been very restricted in our movements. It is very important for people of all ages and abilities to stay active and increase exercise with Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) in place. We are committed to bring back joy and healthy experience for our guests and we are all very excited to welcome our guests back.” Wong continues.