Nong Nooch Gardens to re-open today after two month closure due to Covid19, brand new hygiene measures in place


Nong Nooch Gardens, arguably one of Pattaya’s most popular tourist attractions for both foreign and domestic tourists officially reopens this morning after a two month closure.

The park, along with every tourist attraction and non essential business in Chonburi, was closed by the Governor’s order to help prevent the potential spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

Chonburi has not had a single confirmed case of the Covid-19 Coronavirus in thirty six days and as a result restrictions have been loosened, including for gardens and parks like Nong Nooch.

The park is reopening with a variety of new hygiene measures, such as disinfectant tunnels, mandatory temperature checks, required wearing of masks, newly installed hand washing stations, a regular disinfectant of the entire park and more.

Permanent Chonburi residents can also enter the park for discounts for a temporary period of time, established by either a Thai National ID card or proof of house ownership.

Some attractions at the park, such as shows, may not take place at this time park officials told the Associated Press, as entertainment style shows that attract a crowd are still against the government guidelines.

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