Hong Kong Disneyland has announced that the theme park will officially reopen to the public on June 18, 2020.
The park will reopen with new and enhanced health and safety measures in line with guidance from health and government authorities.
During this initial reopening phase, all guests, including park ticket holders, Magic Access members and complimentary ticket holders, will be required to make a reservation for their visit through the Hong Kong Disneyland Park Visit Reservation website.
Magic Access members can make a reservation starting 8 days before their visit. General guests can make a reservation one week before their visit. Those guests with reservations are required to present valid tickets or membership cards for entry. Reservations are not required for children under 3 years of age; they can enjoy free park admission as usual.
Magic Access members can make their reservations starting June 15, and reservations for other guests will be available starting at 12 p.m. Hong Kong time on June 16. Guests will have to make a health declaration as part of their reservation process.
When the park reopens, the majority of its attractions, shopping and dining locations will resume operations with limited capacity. Guests can see the availability of attractions and other offerings through the resort’s official website and mobile app.
Health and safety measures implemented by Hong Kong Disneyland will include:
- Social distancing in queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles and other facilities
- Temporary suspension of character experiences that require close interaction and close-up photos (Other character experiences that can accommodate social distancing will be available)
- Gradual resuming of hotel services
- Increased frequency of sanitation and disinfection in high-guest contact areas
- Extra hand sanitizer stations available for guests
- Guests must wear face masks during their visit, except for when eating at dining locations
- Temperature screenings will be required upon arrival to the park
When the park reopens, guests will get a sneak peek at the transformation of the Castle of Magical Dreams as it enters its final stage of construction. The castle will open later this year. We recently shared a construction update on the new castle, which you can check out here.
To learn more about tickets, hotels, dining, and transportation to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, visit HongKongDisneyland.com.