The magic is going to happen once again! After multiple months of closure, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has announced that they will let guests into the park once again this week on June 18!
The park has used this time to listen to the guests’ concerns about the safety of reopening and have taken everything into consideration. The Resort has listened and learned to what has happened in Shanghai Disneyland and Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort and they are equipped for what is to come!
At this time, parks will have limited attendance and will implement social distancing in queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles, and at other facilities throughout the park. In the photos provided by Disney, it looks like they will be utilizing virtual menus to help keep guests safe and healthy, though they have not officially confirmed this yet.
This, of course, follows Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort that are both slated to reopen at the beginning of July. At this time, the only parks that have not announced a reopening plan are Disneyland Paris and the Tokyo Disneyland Resort.