Date: 9 July 2020
It has been 2 months since we re-opened under the Conditional Movement Control Order (“CMCO”) and now under the Recovery Movement Control Order (“RMCO”). The response has never been better and we would like to thank all of you for your support, understanding, patience, and for observing the SOPs put in place at Taman Tugu.
We entered Phase 1 of the controlled operating environment on 8th May and recently transitioned to the second phase on 4th July. Under the first phase, only the main trails, carpark, and toilets were opened.
Now, as Malaysia is swiftly recovering from the pandemic, we’ve opened the roundabout and nursery trails, in addition to the main trails, carpark, and toilets.
Here’s a reminder of the SOPs that are currently in place:
- The main trails (~3kms), nursery trails (~1km), carpark, and toilets will be accessible.
- Covered rest areas in the nursery and drinking water facilities remain inaccessible (Please bring your own water as required).
- Visitors must check-in using MySejahtera (https://mysejahtera.malaysia.gov.my).
- Temperature checks will be conducted and access will be permitted if your reading is less than 37.5°C.
- All visitors are required to adhere to the single entry and exit points from the trails and follow the 1-way circulation.
- No activities (in groups or otherwise), tours, or congregation of individuals from different households allowed.*
- Management reserves the right to restrict and refuse access to manage capacity and in the event of any health/safety concerns.
*Exceptions apply for Management approved functions, events and/or activities that are in compliance with all necessary guidelines and SOPs.
More information about Taman Tugu during the first phase of the controlled operating environment can be found in these articles. We express our gratitude to the news agencies for covering Taman Tugu.
Thank you Malaysia for all your efforts to keep the curve flat and to combat the Covid-19 virus. We also take this opportunity to thank you again for your love, support, and for observing the SOPs put in place at Taman Tugu.