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Recreational parks in Penang will be reopened to the public starting 6 June (Sunday), according to Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
He listed the parks that will be open to the public which are:
- Youth Park
- Taman Metropolitan Relau
- Penang Botanical Garden
- Bukit Jambul climbing area.
Chow also added that hiking the Bukit Bendera from the heritage path at the foot of the station and the Bukit Bendera jeep road is also allowed but for pedestrians only.
The operating hours will be from 7am to 7pm but the number of visitors will be restricted to 200 people at any one time except for Taman Metropolitan Relau which is set at 50.
Visitors need to register themselves using the QR Code via the PGCare application.
However, according to NST, all permanent Forest Reserves such as Taman Bukit Panchor, Teluk Bahang, Cherok Tokun, Hutan Pelajaran Air Hitam Dalam Bukit Juru, including Taman Negara and recreational areas under Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP), would remain closed.
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