From today onwards, Selangor residents have a bit more freedom to move around.

Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari announced further relaxed regulations under the conditional movement control order (CMCO) starting today.

Among the activities allowed include eating in at restaurants, the opening of parks, allowing food trucks to operate and even allowing fishing.

Rules to follow

Amirudin, however, explained that premises needed to follow the SOPs and conditions set by the state.

For dine-ins, restaurants will be allowed to operate from 7am to 10pm. Restaurants, however, cannot set up tables on the walkway of their premises or at the parking lot area.

Dine-in allowed now.

Restaurants are also encouraged to offer pre-order services to reduce congestion.

Food trucks will be allowed to operate from 8am to 10pm, but customers can only drive-thru, take away or have food delivered to them.

Food trucks back in action.

Recreational fun!

Parks in Selangor will now be allowed to open from 7am to 7pm. Camping and hiking are not allowed. Fishing has been given the green light.

Construction works are also allowed but pending approval from the local council.

Go ahead and take a jog in the park.

Morning and night markets still a no no

Several types of markets including pasar awam, pasar borong, pasar segar and pasar swasta are allowed to operate but they cannot slaughter or process animals within their premises.

Pasar pagi and pasar malam are still prohibited for now.

Separately, petrol stations will be allowed to operate from 6am to 12am.

Rules to follow.

Amirudin added that the State Secretary would be issuing a circular with more details on the new regulations soon.