BANGKOK-Sriracha Tiger Zoo reopened on Friday (June 12) after being closed for almost three months due to COVID-19. It is now offering free entry to attract visitors especially on weekends.
Sriracha Tiger Zoo was full of tourists of all ages on Sunday. Each of them had undergone screening at the entrance and was required to put on a mask, wash their hands, go through a sanitizing tunnel, and check-in via Thai Chana to make it easy to track people if there is an infection. At every attraction, they must be at least a meter away from others while queueing and watching the show. The zoo has a limit of 800 visitors for each round and is equipped with hand sanitizers at every corner.
The Zoo manager confirmed that the zoo is kept hygienic especially general contact points such as doorknobs and stair handrails which are cleaned every hour. He urged members of the public to visit the zoo this month, as it is free until the end of June. (NNT)