Hong Kong Disneyland to reopen on June 18 with reduced capacity

  • All guests will have to make online reservations before they plan to visit
  • Theme park will implement enhanced health procedures amid improving coronavirus situation
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Hong Kong Disneyland will reopen to the general public on June 18.

Hong Kong Disneyland will reopen to the general public starting this Thursday, June 18 with reduced capacity. The theme park says they will implement more stringent safety procedures because of the ongoing Covid-19 situation.

All guests will have to make an online reservation on a specialised Park Visit Reservation Website seven days before their planned visit. Magic Access cardholders will have the privilege of making reservations eight days in advance. The reservation website is live now for Magic Access members, and all guests will have to make a health declaration when they reserve a date.

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Most of Disneyland’s attractions, rides and restaurant will open but with proper social distancing measures in place. Some attractions, such as character experiences and photo ops with popular Disney characters, will not resume operations on day one and guests will be able to check which attractions are open on their official website.

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