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COVID-19: Six recreational spots in Indonesia shut doors amid outbreak

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Fri, March 27, 2020  /  11:02 am
COVID-19: Six recreational spots in Indonesia shut doors amid outbreak

Security personnels are on standby in front of the entrance gate of Ancol Dreamland Park on March 14. (Antara/Aditya Pradana Putra)

Tourism is among sectors that have been affected by COVID-19. To curb the spread of the disease, a number of recreational spots in Indonesia have been temporarily closed.

Below is the list.

Ancol Dreamland Park

Located in North Jakarta, Ancol Dreamland Park announced it would extend its temporary closure until further notice. The park had previously informed the public on March 14 that it would close all recreational spots, resorts and restaurants within the area until March 27.

Jatim Park 

All recreational areas within the Jawa Timur (Jatim) Park in Malang, East Java, are closed until April 20. The closure also includes Jatim Park 1 as the home of the Volcano Coaster attraction, Jatim Park 2 in which the Batu Secret Zoo resides and Jatim Park 3, which includes the Dino Park recreational spot.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

. Stay Safe Everyone, kalian tetap #dirumahaja dulu 😁 jaga kesehatan dan simak postingan-postingan kita, karena disebulan ini kita bakalan menemani kalian dengan games berhadiah lho... . Informasi terkait penutupan sementara Jawa Timur Park Group mulai tanggal 20 Maret - 20 April 2020 dan akan ditinjau kembali sesuai dengan kondisi yang terjadi secara Nasional. . Untuk informasi lebih lanjut silahkan menghubungi Official Jatim Park Group : 0341-597777 atau menghubungi nomor telepon yang tersedia dimasing-masing akun official: ⏩ @jatimparksatu ⏩ @jatimparkdua ⏩ @jawatimurparktiga ⏩ @museumtubuh ⏩ @museumangkut ⏩ @ecogreenpark ⏩ @predatorfunpark ⏩ @batunightspectacular . #jatimpark #jawatimurpark

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Jungleland Adventure Theme Park

JungleLand Adventure Theme Park in Sentul city, West Java, announced on its website that the area would be closed until May 29 to be disinfected. 

Those who wish to reschedule their visits can call 081280818773 or 02129311313.

Read also: Jakarta closes Ancol and Monas parks, Ragunan Zoo to contain COVID-19

Scientia Square Park

Urban educational park Scientia Square Park in Tangerang city, Banten, is closed until April 7. Food and beverage tenants remain open at Garden Walk, Garden Pads and Garden View from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Mondays to Thursdays and from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays, Sundays and holidays.

Taman Safari Indonesia

Taman Safari Indonesia Group announced on Monday that it had closed all its parks including Taman Safari Bogor in West Java, Taman Safari Prigen in East Java, Bali Safari Park in Bali and Batang Dolphins Center in Central Java, until April 3. During the closure, all parks will undergo deep cleaning and be disinfected. 

Waterbom PIK

Waterpark recreational area Waterbom PIK in North Jakarta is closed until April 5. Information on tickets is available via phone at 02155966666. (wir/wng)

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