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Tourism Spots to Reopen in Regards to COVID-19

By Eskanisa R

14 July 2020

Tourist destinations to reopen and apply health protocol.

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DKI Jakarta Tourism and Culture reopen several business sectors in regards to COVID-19 outbreak including tourism. These following tourist destinations has been reopened gradually you can visit while following health protocols.

1. Dunia Fantasi (Dufan)


Photo source: Dufan Ancol 
 
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol were reopened on June 20, 2020. During the transition period, Taman Impian Jaya Ancol decided reopened their spots gradually including Dunia Fantasi (Dufan).
 
Dufan open at 10am – 6pm on Monday to Sunday and national holidays. For those who want to visit, need to buy online ticket through this site or other official ticketing partners.
 
Visitors are not allowed to bring children under 5 years, elderly over 50 years as well as pregnant women according to government guidance. Ensure to keep your body temperature under 37.3 degrees Celsius, wearing mask, keep safe distance between other visitors, using hand sanitizer as often as possible, bring travel cutlery and prayer sets. Click here to find out more information about available rides at Dufan.

2. Angke Kapuk Nature Park

 
As quoted from their official Twitter account, TWA Mangrove Angke Kapuk were reopened on June 20, 2020 accompanied by shorter operating hours, 8am – 4pm every day as well as health protocols mandatory for all visitors.
 
Visitors no need make online reservations. Still, when visitors has fulfilled daily quota, 750 adults, ticket sales will be stopped. Visitors are also required to follow health protocols including wearing masks, keeping safe distance from other visitors, and applying coughing and sneezing ethics to prevent spreading COVID-19.
 
To find out more information about this natural tourism, click here or +628111787890

3. Jakarta Aquarium


Photo source: Jakarta Aquarium
 
Like two previous tourist destinations were closed in regards to COVID-19 outbreak, Jakarta Aquarium decided to reopen their facilities accompanied by health protocols to ensure visitors and biota and animals collections’ safety.
 
Body temperature checking will apply to ensure visitors are safe and comfortable. During the transition period, Jakarta Aquarium open from 11am to 8pm on Monday to Friday and 10am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday.
 
To maximize effort of preventing spread COVID-19, visitors are expected to purchase online tickets through this site or other official ticketing partners.
 

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