However, visitors are reminded to pay attention to new regulations in place to safeguard public health. Details are available here in Chinese (https://is.gd/V80pa3).
Immediately after reopening, Taipei Zoo will lower the cap on the maximum visitors accepted each day to 3,600 between August 1 and 9. All visitors planning to come to the zoo are required to register beforehand. The day is split into morning session and afternoon session, with 1,800 openings for each time slot. As a part of crowd flow regulations, the number of people entering the zoo at each hour is kept at 600. The link to the registration website.
As a part of pandemic prevention measures, indoor spaces and areas where there’s a possibility of close contact between visitors and animals will remain closed. Furthermore, shopping malls and stalls inside the facility, restaurants, baby stroller rentals, and lockers will remain closed as well.
Visitors should also comply with regulations such as mandatory face mask, contact-tracing registration, and social distancing. Eating and drinking inside the zoo is prohibited (with the exception of a quick intake of water or personal medication).
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Story of an Artistic Style: The Imperial Porcelain with Painted Enamels of the Kangxi Emperor86
Painting Animation: Imitating Zhao Bosu's "Latter Ode on the Red Cliff"29
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