Missed Exercising Outdoors? Luneta Park Is Open for a Limited Time

Only the Promenade Area will be open for those who want to jog or bike.
Photo/s: National Parks Development Committee

The outside world seems like a foreign place, but if you’ve been meaning to catch a whiff of fresh air and get your body moving after that months-long quarantine, some places are opening up.

Jogging, walking, cycling, and tai chi will be allowed in a section of Luneta Park in Manila City starting July 1, but only for a limited time.

The National Park Development Committee said in a Facebook post that only the park’s Promenade Area would be open to exercise activities from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Other areas of Luneta Park will still be closed.


You can enter the Promenade Area via the Rizal Park Visitor’s Center and Senior Citizen’s Garden, which are both in T.M. Kalaw Street.

Before you step foot in the premises, you’ll have to fill out a health declaration form and undergo a temperature scan. Those with temperatures higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius will not be allowed to enter the Promenade area.

Those inside the park must wear face masks at all times and observe social distancing. If you’re planning to go with family or friends, do note that a gathering of more than 10 people will not be allowed.

Vendors are also prohibited from selling inside the park.

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