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Bengaluru: Wonderla to reopen after 8 months


Team Udayavani, Nov 5, 2020, 3:00 PM IST

Bengaluru: Wonderla Holidays is set to reopen in Bengaluru for business from 09 November 2020. The theme park will be open only three days a week.

Although amusement parks can operate at 50 percent capacity, Wonderla will operate at 1/3rd capacity. The company says business will return to pre-COVID levels only after six months to one year.

Company’s Managing Director Arun Chittilapilly  said that they are selling tickets only online and will do exclusive digital marketing for these tickets.

As reported by Business Standard, The frontline warriors along with their families will be able to access all the rides and enjoy the food and beverage at the park. The park will exclusively be open only for them starting November 9, 2020 until November 12, 2020.

The invitees will include frontline warriors from across various industries such as doctors and nurses, attendees, ambulance drivers, policemen, bankers, delivery executives, teachers, journalists, BBMP and BMTC officials.

The park will be open to common public starting from November 13, 2020 only on Fridays to Sundays at a reopening price of Rs. 699 inclusive of GST till the end of the month.

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