IMG Worlds of Adventure reopened to the public on July 10 after being closed for months as part of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
In addition to welcoming back visitors with a limited-time pay-as-you-go offer, the indoor theme park's management also said they would adhere to safety measures to ensure guests and employees stay safe.
"The health and safety of our guests and team members has always been our top priority," they said.
"IMG has intensified the cleaning protocol, enforced many extensive deep cleaning and sanitising procedures in the operational SOPs [standard operating procedures] of the park service."
Safety measures include thermal cameras at entrances and the sanitisation of a number of areas in the park, including rides, ticketing counters, prayer rooms, ATMs and more. There are also hand sanitisers placed around the entry and exits points of all attractions, and guests must maintain a distance of two metres, even while waiting in line.
Restaurants and stores are also open, but with limited capacity.
IMG Worlds of Adventure opened in 2016 and spans 1.5 million square feet. It offers 17 themed rides along with 28 food outlets and 25 shops divided over four zones: Marvel, Lost Valley, Cartoon Network and IMG Boulevard.