COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
In light of the World Health Organization’s recent designation of Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a global pandemic, and following instructions from the national and local government authorities around outdoor gatherings, we will be limiting the capacity at Paradise 101. In addition to reducing our capacity, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are also ensuring the following are strictly carried out or in placed:
- Increasing the number of hand sanitizer stations around our venues for guests and staff. We have sufficient wash rooms and wash areas available to help you wash your hands frequently with an alcohol-based sanitizer or with soap.
- Strictly do temperature check to all staff and guests using an Indoor & Outdoor Accurate Thermometer.
- Unwell staff are strictly not permitted to work but advised to stay home and isolate
- Disinfecting all surfaces and equipment including all fleets and coaches, food and beverage utensils, water sports gears regularly and consistently
- Offering specially sanitized hand towels for VIP Guests as an extra gesture
- Waving, not hand-shaking or high-fiving to all of our staff and guests
- Strictly carryout daily cleaning procedures
- Paradise 101 Foods are all Monosodium Glutamate Free (MSG) which will not damage your immune system. Offering healthy meal combo, Organic healthy juice drinks, in-house infused drinks with traditional herbs at our OMG Bar and Restaurant.
- Paradise 101 is gifted with an amazing ambience having the sunlight from sunrise to sunset accompanied by a salty breeze which are scientifically proven that sheds us from any type of virus. Precisely, Paradise 101 is simply a Virus Free Island.
- Maintaining social distancing measures in accordance with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health. We will be placing signs on the floor to safely direct traffic flow.
- All workers and guests are required to wear face mask upon entering Paradise 101.
- We will also install contact-less payment technology, such as Touch N Go.
- Limiting the capacity at Paradise 101 to 100 guests per visit.