Luneta Park partially opens

Published July 1, 2020, 10:01 AM

by Hanah Tabios

After more than three months of closure, a portion of Luneta Park is again open for tourists, but only for those who will be doing exercise activities.

National Parks Development Committee / MANILA BULLETIN

In a post, the National Parks Development Committee (NPDC) said only the Promenade is open for exercise beginning Wednesday from 5a.m. to 9a.m. The Promenade is the walkway that encloses the park’s Central Lagoon.

The entrance and exit will also be limited to Rizal Park Visitor’s Center and Senior Citizen’s Garden, which are both stationed along T.M. Kalaw Street.

The management said the exercise route will be one-way and that counterflowing will not be allowed.

Tourists are also required to fill out the health declaration form upon entry while the wearing of masks remains mandatory.

However, vending of products and services inside Luneta is still prohibited.

“NPDC reserves the right to refuse anyone entry and to escort violators out of the park to ensure public safety,” it said.