Hong Kong Disneyland will officially reopen to the
public on 18 June 2020.
During the initial reopening phase, all
visitors, including park ticket holders, Magic Access members and
complimentary ticket holders, will be required to make a
reservation for their visit date with their valid tickets or
membership cards through the Hong Kong Disneyland Park Visit
Magic Access members can make a reservation
beginning eight days prior to their visit, while General guests may make a reservation
seven days prior to their visit.
Guests with reservations are
required to present valid tickets or membership cards for entry.
reservation is not required for children below three years of age
as they can enjoy free park admission as usual.
Visitors need to make a health
declaration as part of their pre-arrival reservation process.
At reopening, the majority of Hong Kong
Disneyland’s attractions, shopping and dining locations will
resume operations, with controlled capacity.
The park will implement social distancing in
queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles and other facilities
throughout the park. Visitors will also need to wear masks and
will have their temperature taken at the entrance.
Character experiences requiring close
interaction and close-up photos have been temporarily suspended.
However, other character experience opportunities that can accommodate
social distancing will be available in locations throughout the
The resort is also gradually resuming its hotel services.
The Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland is now in its
final stage of transformation and is expected to open later this