Hong Kong Disneyland reopens on June 18
Hong Kong Disneyland theme park, which has been closed since January 26 because of the coronavirus pandemic, announced today (June 15) that the park will officially reopen to the public on June 18. The park will demonstrate a deliberate approach with new and enhanced health and safety measures, reflecting the guidance of health and government authorities.
During the first reopening phase, all guests will be required to make a reservation for their visit date with their valid tickets or membership cards through the reservation website. Magic Access members may start to make a reservation 8 days in advance. General guests may make a reservation 7 days prior to their visit. Reservations are not required for children below age 3 and they can enjoy free park admission as usual.
After reopening, the majority of the park's attractions, shopping, and dining locations will resume operations, with controlled capacity. Character experiences including close interaction and close-up photos will be temporarily suspended.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Hong Kong Disneyland has been closed since January this year. The announcement came after Ocean Park reopened on Saturday.