Official reopening of Yas Waterworld to the public is planned on August 4, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yas Waterworld was closed, but now the adventure-themed park with more than 40 slides and attractions welcomes visitors.
The new safety measures for the park were introduced to keep its customers and staff safe and sound. It’s mandatory for everyone to make online pre-booking, even for annual pass holders. This measure will control total capacity of the water park.
On entry, visitors will be checked on temperature, and staff will repeat checks throughout the day; there have been put space makers on the floor to follow social distancing; regular sanitization will be put on the park’s water, rides and inflatables.
The park will operate daily between 01:00 PM and 10:00 PM. Single-day tickets are currently priced at AED 250 for adults and AED 210 for kids (under 1.1 meters). Additionally, annual pass holders can extend the validity of the pass for the number of days the waterpark was closed for.
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