Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi and CLYMB set to reopen

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Abu Dhabi - General precautionary measures have been issued for the theme parks.

By Web Report

Published: Thu 23 Jul 2020, 8:44 PM

Last updated: Sat 25 Jul 2020, 8:28 AM

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi and CLYMB are gearing up to welcome back guests on Wednesday, operators have announced.
Ferrari World and Warner Bros. will reopen their doors exclusively to annual pass holders with valid online bookings on Tuesday. The reopening will see the theme parks and CLYMB observe stringent precautionary measures that have been put into place to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for guests. However, YasWaterworld will remain closed at the current time.

Safety measures in place include mandatory online booking for all guests to ensure that the limited capacity of 30 per cent is adhered to, thermal screening cameras, safe distance markers at all rides and outlets, modified ride capacity and modified dining and shopping experiences.

Upon booking their tickets online, guests will receive a confirmation e-mail that details the health and safety measures they can expect.

Furthermore, guests are advised to download the respective smartphone apps for each park to enhance their contactless experience when they visit.

Annual pass holders will receive an extension on the validity of their annual passes accounting for the duration of time that Yas Theme Parks were temporarily closed.

Select experiences that draw large group gatherings, including shows and spectaculars are set to return at a later date.

Upon their return, staged shows will also be altered with mandatory physical distancing to allow guests to enjoy the in-park entertainment with peace of mind. Owing to the current circumstances, character meet and greets will also be temporarily unavailable.

The guests will have to wear face masks at all times, sanitise hands regularly and choose contactless payment at all outlets.

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