Hong Kong Disneyland Reopens After Typhoon Mangkhut Slams Area

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After Typhoon Mangkhut slammed Southern China and the Philippines with winds reaching up to 138 miles per hour over the last couple of days, Hong Kong Disneyland has reopened to guests after two days of closure.

The majority of the park is open, though the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad and a majority of Adventureland remain closed to guests.  Much work seems to remain. Journey to Halloween Town, a special offering for the Halloween season, isn’t expected to open again until Monday, September 24th.

The typhoon left many trees down across the park, as seen in these photos.

Both the park and the Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre were closed as crews worked to repair damage. The resort hotels remained open, with activities being offered to guests.

We will provide you with more information as the story develops.

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