Resorts World Genting to shutdown from March 18-31, hotel stays cancelled


KUALA LUMPUR (March 17): Following the Movement Control Order announced by the prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday, Resorts World Genting will be temporarily closed from March 18 to 31, 2020. It will resume operations from April 1, 2020.

According to a media statement, the company said the temporary closure of business will include the hotels and facilities, food & beverage outlets, casino, Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park, entertainment facilities, attractions, shopping malls and retail outlets at Resorts World Genting.

However, essential resort-based services such as security, bomba, utilities and clinics will remain operational during this period,” according to Resorts World Genting.

All reservations made for stays at Resorts World Genting hotels during this period will be cancelled. Guests may seek a refund or change their reservation dates. The same applies for reservations made at Resorts World Awana, Resorts World Kijal and Resorts World Langkawi.

Meanwhile, guests who have purchased tickets for any of the attractions or shows at the resort will also be refunded. For further assistance or queries on refund, contact 03 - 27181118.

The government will impose a restricted movement order nationwide from March 18 to March 31 to address the COVID-19 outbreak. The measures include the shutdown of houses of worship and business premises, except for supermarkets, public markets, and convenient stores. Also prohibited are all mass gatherings including religious, sports, social and cultural activities.

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