With the coronavirus putting our city in the highest state of emergency, Hong Kong's three biggest attraction venues Ocean Park, Disneyland and Ngong Ping 360 announced that they are temporarily shutting down until further notice.
Hong Kong Disneyland issued a statement on its official website saying that the park is "temporarily closing starting from January 26, 2020 out of consideration for the health and safety of our guests and cast members". Any standard tickets purchased will still be valid for entry up to six months from the purchase date, but you can refund park admission tickets or any resort bookings if you wish to do so. Despite this, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort hotels will remain open.
The same goes for Ocean Park. If you have purchased any tickets on Ocean Park's website, on-site ticketing office, or third-party agents and channels authorised by the park, you can keep the admission ticket for direct ticket exchange or get a refund from the park.
As for Ngong Ping 360, its cable car services, attractions at the Ngong Ping Village as well as the self-operated souvenir shops at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping are also closing down until further notice. The Ngong Ping Village will still remain open, but for anyone who has purchased cable car tickets or packages from its official website, refunds on credit card purchased will be automatically processed. Those who booked their tickets through third-party channels should contact the original ticketing platform for further arrangements.
Lastly, if you're heading outside this Chinese New Year, remember to wrap up warm, take care of your personal hygiene, and wear a mask!