Hong Kong Disneyland Resort set to reopen


Cast members dressed to celebrate Chinese New Year at the park.


Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is to reopen on February 19 following a relaxation of the city’s social distancing regulations.


Tickets will be available online from 10am on February 18 and can be reserved up to seven days in advance of a visit. However, Magic Access members will be able to book eight to nine days in advance, depending on their membership tier. All visitors will be required to make a health declaration when reserving their tickets.


The Lantau-based park will open with a raft of enhanced, Covid-safe health and security measures in place. According to government requirements, all cast members involved in operation will be tested for Covid-19 every 14 days.


Park guests will be required to scan the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ QR code on entering the park, or register their names, contact numbers and date and time of visit on the park’s website when reserving their entrance tickets.


As well as at the main entrance, the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ QR codes will also be displayed at resort restaurants and hotel recreation facilities.


Temperature screening will take place at the main entrance to the park and face masks must be worn throughout the resort except for when eating or drinking.


Park opening hours will be similar to before the last closure. A five-day week operation will remain in place and the park will close on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except for public holidays. Park capacity will also be capped according to government regulations.


Hong Kong residents will be able to take advantage of a special ‘Double Celebration’ ticket offer and visit the park twice for HK$688.


Visitors will also be able to make advance reservations to visit the re-imagined Castle of Magical Dreams which was completed last year to celebrate the park’s 15th birthday.


“I could not be more thrilled to announce that our park will be reopened on February 19 to welcome guests to experience the magic of our 15th anniversary and our new Castle of Magical Dreams,” said the resort’s managing director, Michael Moriarty.