KOTA KINABALU: Two public parks will be allowed to reopen from Tuesday (July 13) as Sabah starts to ease rules for sports and recreation under Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
The two parks are Taman Ujana Rimba Tropika and Taman Tun Fuad Stephens (Bukit Padang), Kota Kinabalu City Hall said in a statement on its official Facebook page on Monday (July 12).
“The operation hours are 6am until 6pm with a capacity of 50 pax for every two hours.
“Activities allowed are jogging, tai chi, yoga and aerobics where the group must not exceed 10 people at one time.
“Private and recreational parks like Perdana Park in Tanjung Aru are based on the respective management’s decision, within the standard operating procedures (SOP) set,” said City Hall, while reminding the public of the 2m physical distancing rule.
The guidelines released by City Hall also stated that visitors must scan their MySejahtera app or manually register upon entry to the park, taking a queue number to await their turn to enter if necessary.