Following the reopening of Ocean Park on June 13, Hong Kong Disneyland has announced that the park will be reopening on June 18. The Hong Kong park will be only the second Disneyland to reopen to the public after Shanghai opened in May. The park will be operating with a limited capacity and will be following strict regulations to protect and prevent the spread of coronavirus. These include implementing stringent social distancing measures in restaurants, queues, attractions, and various other facilities at the park. Further measures will include temperatures being taken at the entrance, and all guests being required to wear masks while attending. Disneyland will also step up sanitisation and disinfection at high-guest density areas. Sadly, character experiences that require close interaction will be suspended, but attractions that can accommodate social distancing measures will be running throughout the park.
Disneyland to step up sanitisation and disinfection at high-guest density areas
With this reopening, guests will be able to get a sneak peek at the new Castle of Magical Dreams, which is entering its final stage of transformation and will be fully revealed later in the year.
Stringent social distancing measures will be implemented
During this initial reopening, all guests, including ticket holders, Magic Access members, and complimentary ticket holders, are required to make a reservation online for their visit date. Guests can make their reservation seven days in advance, with Magic Access members allowed to make their booking an extra day earlier. Bookings will begin on June 16 at 12pm, and Magic Access members can start making reservations a day earlier on June 15. Yu An Su