İsfanbul, the first world class theme park in Turkey, is opened on Monday July 26 to visitors.
According to the statement of the authorities, theme park will be provding safe, outdoor recreations which are operational and hygienic against Covid-19, everyday between 10AM to 18PM.
Tankut Tonger, the director of İsfanbul stated that the most important thing is the health of the staff and guests. He added:
‘’Thanks to our internationally standard measures, our guest will have fun as much as they want. We intensely trained our staff; they will be wearing masks and using hand sanitizers, they also will be constantly checking our guests if they are following the rules. The common areas will be disinfected before the opening of the theme park and then at certain intervals via our units. We will present the guests with hand sanitizers which are placed at the beginning and end of the units. We will make sure that every guest will be wearing masks and we take their temperatures at the entrance of the theme park.’’
Tonger also emphasized that the units in the park are designed to operate with a maximum capacity of 50 percent in order to maintain social distance. He continued:
‘’ our guests that are not together or are not family members, they will not be sit side by side so that we can maintain the social distance. Our guests who bought online tickets will be able to pass the turn slides by showing the QR code that is sent to their phones; those who want to buy tickets from ticket office will be able to use contactless payment via our POS machines.
We wanted to provide our guests with an opening excitement so we started a campaign that is will last till July 31 2020. Our guests who buy online tickets will get a 60 percent discount within the scope of the campaign.’’
Among the units that captured the most visitor attention we see; Nefeskesen, the world’s four greatest roller coaster which is able to speed up to 110 km in 3 seconds, King Kong as a limelight of adventurous people, Adalet Kulesi that provides an adrenaline-filled landing from 50 meters and 20 million dollars of investment Fatih’in Rüyası which is constructed on four thousand square meters space, animating the conquer of İstanbul via humanoid robots.
source: AA / translated by bazaar team