On 29th June, Defence Minister Dato’ Ismail Sabri announced that theme parks will be allowed to open starting 1 July. Upon hearing that, many theme parks/activity parks set to work to ensure that they are clean and safe enough to receive visitors. Superpark, which is located in the heart of KL is one of them.
Reopening on 3 July, Superpark is ensuring that everything is hygienic and safe! The park will be disinfected up to five times a day and sanitisation will be conducted on high touch surfaces in between sessions.
Strict social distancing rules will be enforced such as, 200 square feet of space for each guest and a maximum of four people in a single group per activity.
Temperatures will be taken at the entrance and visitors will have to wear their face masks. Hair covers and gloves will be provided and hand sanitisers will be provided in the compound as well.
Andes S.H Wong, the Senior Marketing Manager of SuperPark Malaysia assures everyone that they have taken precautionary steps in a press release.
“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.”
So, if you want to go and have fun at Superpark, you should reserve your slots with them beforehand. Here are the details:
Sessions A to C costs RM35 per person while Session D costs RM29 per person. Superpark will be open from Monday to Sunday, so to reserve your spots, you can do it online here!
SuperPark is an all-in-one indoor activity park for everyone no matter their age or fitness level. It is located in a 40,000 square foot site in Avenue K Shopping Mall. The activity park features three main areas – Adventure Area, Game Arena, and Freestyle Hall and there’s so much you can do in each area!
If you want to have some (safe) family fun time, you know where to go!
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