BREAKING: Hong Kong Disneyland Reopening on June 18

Disney has announced that Hong Kong Disneyland will be reopening to the public on June 18th. As with all other Disney Parks reopenings, limited capacity and increased health and safety measures will be in place. Earlier this week Disney Explorer’s Lodge reopened to Guests, and the Castle of Magic Dreams (which you can see a full rendering of in the below picture) had neared completion, so we knew this announcement would be coming soon.

You can read the full reopening announcement from Disney below!

Over the past few months, we’ve been moved by your understanding and patience as we navigated an unprecedented closure. During this time, we took measured steps to maintain guest offerings at our hotels, with adjusted levels of service, and in May we reopened additional dining experiences.

We are proud to be part of the Hong Kong community, which has worked hard and shown fortitude in how it has handled the pandemic. As we carefully welcome guests back to our park, we will draw on the learnings from the recent reopening of Shanghai Disney Resort and Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. Similarly, we will also implement new and enhanced health and safety measures following the guidance of our local government and health care officials. 

If you haven’t already, we encourage you to read the recent post from the Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pamela Hymel to learn more about our approach. While some things will look and feel different than before, the magic continues and we’re excited to once again share our park with you because the magic begins with you. 

During this initial reopening phase, the park will open with limited attendance. The park will implement social distancing requirements in queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles and at other facilities throughout the park, and will increase the frequency of sanitization and disinfection in high-guest contact areas.

As Hong Kong becomes the second Disney park to reopen, the rest of the Disney Parks family around the world continues to believe in magic and prepare for their own reopening moments. Like us they’re eager to welcome guests back to reunite with family and friends – to imagine all that is possible regardless of the situation, to celebrate postponed milestones and to make magical, new memories. 

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1 year ago

Hmmmm, this is the first park that mentions limited capacity but doesn’t directly mention reservations. That with the fact that they’ve announced the reopening four days I’m advance makes me think this park won’t require reservations which makes me jealous