HONG KONG DISNEYLAND today announced that the resort will officially reopen to the public on Friday – a week after the regional government gave the go-ahead for the city’s two theme parks to welcome back customers.
A resort spokesman said measures such as capacity control, health screenings, temperature checks, requiring face masks, social distancing, and increased cleaning and sanitisation will be followed under government guidelines. Disneyland had been closed for two months along with Ocean Park, the city’s other themed attraction.
During the initial reopening stage, Disneyland will implement a new five-day per week operation and will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except public holidays and special days designated by the resort) until further notice.
An online reservation system will remain in place, with all guests required to reserve their visit date with valid tickets or membership cards through the Hong Kong Disneyland Park Visit Reservation website prior to arrival.
Character experiences will be offered in a new way, including selfie spots around the park to allow guests to take photos with their favorite characters with appropriate social distance. Meanwhile, in compliance with the government’s latest regulations, live performances will be restricted to outdoor venues during the initial reopening stage until further notice.
- Purchase their tickets in advance and reserve a visit up to seven days in advance of their visit online via the Hong Kong Disneyland reservation website. Magic Access members must also make a reservation prior to visiting, but can enjoy the benefit of reserving eight days in advance.
- Make a required health declaration as part of the Hong Kong Disneyland reservation process.
- Undergo temperature screening procedures upon arrival. Guests with elevated temperatures cannot be admitted.
- Wear a mask during their visit, except when enjoying food and beverage at catering premises.