Most of the 12,000 tickets to Hong Kong Disneyland's opening on September 12 remained unsold after online sales started yesterday. So far, there are no sold-out dates in the park's first three months of operation. The park's website announced this week that tickets for September 13 - the first full day of operation - and October 1 had all been snapped up. But a Disney official said yesterday that tickets were still available online for all days in the initial offering period - from 1pm on opening day to December 11. The two Disney theme hotels are another matter; bookings have been strong, with a number of dates fully booked. October 1 kicks off the mainland's week-long National Day holiday. The park's daily capacity is capped at 30,000, with the majority of tickets available online. The rest have been allotted mainly to hotel guests and travel agents. Hong Kong Inbound Travel Association chairman Paul Leung Yiu-lam, who is also managing director of Holiday World Tours, said interest from mainland and overseas tourists for package tours to the park in September, October and November has been strong. 'We've put together four-day-three-night package tours with a full day at Hong Kong Disneyland for about US$200 if you stay at a city hotel and about US$300 if you stay at the Disneyland hotels,' Mr Leung said. The park's least expensive hotel room goes for $1,000, inclusive of a 10 per cent service charge. Admission to the park costs an adult $295 on weekdays and $350 on weekends and public holidays. Booking a room at one of the park's hotels guarantees ticket availability for up to four people.