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Dream World reopens today, measures in place to prevent Covid-19

Jun 27. 2020
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By THE NATION

Dream World theme park has announced it is reopening to the public from Saturday (June 27) after being closed for almost four months under Covid-19 lockdown measures.

The park said it would employ measures suggested by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration and would comply with the government’s order in easing lockdown measures in the fifth phase.

Park visitors must wear face masks at all times and maintain social distancing within the park areas. Entrances will be equipped with thermo-scanners as well as QR code for check-in and check-out using the ThaiChana application, a platform to help trace the spread of Covid-19.

“With the social distancing practices employed, Dream World can accommodate up to 7,500 visitors per day,” said the park. “We are also offering a variety of promotions to celebrate the reopening, such as reducing the price of Dream World Visa from Bt600 to Bt500 until the end of September, and offering a Bt200 discount on admission for visitors who were born in July along with a maximum of five accompanying persons."

Dream World is located in Thanyaburi district, Pathum Thani province. The 63-acre theme park has been open since 1993 and sees on average 2 million visitors per year who enjoy such attractions as Dream Garden, Fantasy Land, Adventure Land, Sightseeing Train and Sleeping Beauty's Castle.

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