Things To Do Outside When You’re Bored At Home (While Social Distancing)
The year 2020 has not been kind to us as the whole nation is plagued with the COVID-19 pandemic which limits everything that used to be our norms for an opening to the new ones. We are ought to comply with social distancing laws, wear masks whenever we are out and about and do frequent sanitization. Quarantine ourselves in our Sunway Damansara condo homes may lower the risk of virus spreading and infection, however there is no doubt that we will get bored from staying indoors for too long.
Unless you are a homebody and do not mind cooping inside your Shah Alam condo, everyone needs fresh air and exposure of vitamin D from sunlight to keep your body healthy. Of course, with social distancing and other precautions in mind, there should be no problem for you to explore the wonders of the outdoors after those long wee hours at home.
Here are things to do outside when you’re bored at home while practicing social distancing:
- Visit Titiwangsa Lake Park
Love physical activities but the small confined room is suffocating you and your space? Paying a visit at Kuala Lumpur should not miss out on Titiwangsa Lake Park as it is a must drop by place to do your daily jogs and recreation. In consideration of the pandemic, the park is open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and group activities such as children’s playground, water activities and gymnastic facilities provided there are not allowed to use for safety reasons as to not propagate the virus. You are also allowed to cycle around the park as long as you bring your own bicycle.
- Explore Around Your Neighbourhood
Have you ever taken the time to admire the view around your neighbourhood since the first day you moved in? If visiting the park makes you anxious of how crowded it can be sometimes and you worry about the risk of infection, taking a walk in your area can not only let you breathe in the familiar scent around you, in fact, you may stumble upon new residents to make friends with. Isolation can be tough, so making friends can help you mentally from loneliness at home. As long as you are aware of the protocols, saying a simple hello can brighten up your day.
- Get Active At Your Backyard
If you prefer a safer way than actually going outside, get creative with your backyard. You can pitch a tent and make your own staycation there, or do a little picnic, practice your skills in skateboarding and rollerblades if you have a flat surface, play basketball with your family and many more. Not only do you get that daily dose of vitamin D, but you are also giving yourself a lot of space than locking yourself in your room all day doing nothing but to let time pass until the pandemic is over. Fill your time with a vigorous lifestyle which can be beneficial for both your body and soul.
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