Since Hong Kong Disneyland reopened from its second COVID-19 pandemic closure in September 2020, the park has operated on a five-days-per-week operating schedule. Now the park is ready to move back towards daily operations!
Starting the week of June 18, Hong Kong Disneyland will move to six days per week, with alternating closures on Tuesdays or Thursdays depending on the week.
In July and August, multiple consecutive weeks are already listed with all seven days open on the calendar, a first for the resort which hasn’t been open for two full weeks in a row since 2020. Since September of that year, the park has closed Tuesdays and Thursdays except for public holidays and surrounding busy weeks. It’s the only Disney property on earth to not be open daily.
Hong Kong Disneyland is typically open from 10:00a.m. to 8:30p.m. or 9:00p.m. daily, reflected on the calendar. These standard operating hours will not change.
With daily or near-daily operations returning, this marks another watershed moment for the Disney Parks coming out of the pandemic — all six resorts will be operating daily on relatively normal schedules once again.
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