(17 Feb 2021)
Hong Kong Disneyland will reopen to guests on Friday,
19 February, with reservations commencing the day before.
The theme park has been closed since late November, the third
time it has had to close due to COVID19 restrictions.
In line with the latest regulations and guidance
from the government, the resort will reopen with a range of new
health and safety measures in place, including mandatory COVID19
testing for cast members involved in operations once every 14
“I could not be more thrilled to announce
that our park will reopen on 19 February, to welcome guests to
experience the magic of our 15th anniversary and our new Castle of
Magical Dreams,” said Michael Moriarty, Managing Director, Hong
Kong Disneyland Resort. “I want to give thanks for the support of
our guests and the countless efforts from our cast members during
this challenging time.”
As required by the latest health and safety
regulations, all park visitors are required to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe”
QR code or register their names, contact numbers, and date and
time of visit before entering the premises.
All visiting guests are also required to provide
their names and contact numbers on the Hong Kong Disneyland Park
Reservation website when reserving their visit date with valid
tickets or membership cards prior to arrival.
Additionally, “LeaveHomeSafe” QR codes will be
displayed across the resort, such as the entrance of the park,
restaurants and hotel recreation facilities.
Reservations for all guests will begin from 10:00
on 18 February. Guests are also required to make a health
declaration as part of their reservation process.
Health and safety measures at Hong Kong Disneyland
include temperature screening, the wearing of face masks, social
distancing, and increased cleaning and sanitization.
Similar to park operations prior to the closure in
November, a five-day per week operation will remain in place, with
the park closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except public holidays
and special days designated by the resort from time to time) until
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