Hong Kong Disneyland reopens to guests for the second time

On Sept. 25, Hong Kong Disneyland reopened its doors to the public after a second temporary closure due to COVID-19. Along with local authorities and medical experts, the park is reopening with new standards in health and safety measures. 

Mickey and friends greet guests in front of The Castle of Magical Dreams. Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Disneyland.

Increased cleaning, disinfecting high-traffic areas and social distancing will be implemented throughout the park. Guests must also wear appropriate face coverings during their visit. Required health declarations and temperature screenings will also be carried out. Additionally, Selfie spots will let guests interact with characters in a safe, distant way. 

(From left to right) New seating arrangements and sanitizing stations at the park. Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Disneyland.

Hong Kong Disneyland will operate five days out of the week, and will be closed Tuesdays and Thursdays. Reduced capacity will also be obtained through the park’s new reservation system. All guests are required to make their reservation online with a valid park ticket. Magic Access memberships will also be extended, and guests can visit their website for more information. 

The reimagined castle, The Castle of Magical Dreams, will also make its debut during the reopening in late 2020. New merchandise will also be available to guests, such as new Alien Remix items as well as eight exclusive, limited edition Chinese-inspired pins. NuiMOs will also have a 25% discount when purchasing two different select characters. 

(From left to right) New Alien Remix items and exclusive, limited edition pins now available. Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Disneyland.

Magic Access members will have special offers and ‘Daily Flash Sales’ will be available, with an additional discount for Magic Access members. 

Starting Oct. 1, Toy Story Land will offer 25th Anniversary Toy Story and Alien Remix desserts. At Crystal Lotus, guests can enjoy the ‘Disney Character Dim Sum Class’ plus lunch and a ‘Cheers at Poolside’ cocktail workshop at the Sea Breeze bar. The bar will also offer a new barbecue dinner available on weekends and holidays Sept. 30 – Nov. 29. 

(From left to right) New Toy Story anniversary desserts and Crystal Lotus' dim sum class. Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Disneyland.

For more information about its reopening and more, visit HongKongDisneyland.com.


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