On April 21, 2022, Hong Kong Disneyland will again be open for guests. This comes after the park has been closed for most of 2022 due to a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the area. Ahead of the reopening, Hong Kong Disneyland shared its guidelines for guests who intend to visit the park. Below is a look at all of the guidelines for guests heading to Hong Kong Disneyland once it reopens.
Here are the guidelines for guests that were shared by Hong Kong Disneyland ahead of its reopening:
For the most magical experience, follow our pre-arrival tips
Plan the adventure in advance for a seamless experience. Follow these pre-arrival tips to make the return to Hong Kong Disneyland the best trip ever!
Step 1: Make an online reservation for the visit
Set the date! To start planning the journey, make a reservation on the Hong Kong Disneyland website. A five-day per week operation will remain in place, with the park closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except April 21, 2022, public holidays and special days designated by the resort from time to time) until further notice.
The park will also implement capacity control as required by government regulations. Guests are required to make their reservations with valid tickets* prior to arrival. Please refer to the Park Calendar for the latest park opening schedule.
Reservations for all guests will open from 12:00 noon on April 16. Magic Access members can make their reservations starting at 9 p.m. today. All guests can make reservations up to 90 days prior to their visit and are also required to make a health declaration as part of their reservation process.
*For unused park tickets with expiry dates falling between January 7 and June 14, 2022 (both dates inclusive), the expiry date will be automatically extended to June 15, 2022. Guests can use the same ticket for entry before the extended expiry date.
Step 2: Book an #Eatertainment dining experience
Have you been missing the unique Disney dining experience? Remember you can reserve a table for the “Explorer’s Semi-Buffet” at Mystic Point, which is inspired by Lord Henry Mystic’s adventures around the world. Guests can embark on a tasty adventure as they tuck into flavourful international cuisine, featuring exquisite ingredients from different countries and cultures around the world.
Available Time:12:00 – 19:15 (last dine in by 18:30)
Content: 1 main dish, with appetizer, salad and dessert and beverage free flow
Location: Explorer’s Club Restaurant, Mystic Point
Adult $258 net (online purchase) / $283 net (walk-in)
Child $168 net (online purchase) / $184 net (walk-in)
Reservation: Guests can make reservations at http://x.hkdl.hk/explorers-semi-buffet from April 19
Step 3: Get Disney Premier Access to maximize the time in the park
Enjoy popular attractions and priority admission to reserved viewing areas for shows throughout the park with Disney Premier Access, which provides choice and flexibility for the magical day. Disney Premier Access provides priority access on 1 to 8 of the most popular attractions and one show.
Disney Premier Access:
One attraction – HKD 79 / guest
Three attractions – HKD 159 / guest; HKD 111 / hotel guest
Eight attractions – HKD 329 / guest; HKD 230 / hotel guest
Eight attractions and one show – HKD 379 / guest
Booking Channel: http://x.hkdl.hk/disney-premier-access
Attractions: Guests can choose the attractions including Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle!, Mystic Manor, Iron Man Experience, Hyperspace Mountain, Orbitron, Mickey’s PhilharMagic, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Toy Soldier Parachute Drop and Slinky Dog Spin.
Shows: Guests can choose from two shows including “Follow Your Dreams” castle stage show and “Mickey and the Wondrous Book.”
Step 4: Dress up in Disney inspired outfits
A good memory should always come along with a great photo! To best capture the magical moments and new memories, do not forget to dress in Disney inspired outfits for the long-awaited reunion. Guests can visit the Hong Kong Disneyland eStore which offers a convenient online shopping experience and a wide selection of over 800 merchandise items (http://x.hkdl.hk/mos). Do not forget to visit Emporium in Main Street, U.S.A. to discover the new look too! Guests can see the new displays showcasing countless stylish and trendy products that add pixie dusts to the magical journey in the park. The new displays demonstrate a mix and match of Disney fashion, so go check them out, grab some hot pieces to create personal Disney style!
Celebrate special moments with our Disney Pals upon returning!
Our Disney Pals could not be more excited to see all of our wonderful guests again! They have prepared brand new surprises to celebrate special occasions, while creating precious memories along the way. There will be double the fun too, as Disney Pals will be pairing up for selfies! Guests will see Woody together with Bo Peep, Buzz Lightyear teaming up with Jessie, and Judy and Nick showing up together to say hello!
Speaking of special celebrations – where better to celebrate birthday than at the Happiest Place on Earth? Make this birthday the best yet with the enhanced “Grand Birthday Celebration Moment” with Mickey and Minnie at Main Street Train Station! Do not forget to capture the remarkable moments at the brand-new photo spots at Main Street, U.S.A and Toy Story Land for unforgettable memories.
Guests can also treat their taste buds to the brand new Disney #Eatertainment experience and enjoy the new Emporium-makeover shopping experience offering plenty of exciting themed goodies to take home.
“Vaccine Pass” requirements
Under the Vaccine Pass arrangements, all guests who enter or remain in the park and restaurants for dine-in are required to fulfil the “Vaccine Pass” requirements, unless exempted under the law. Guests should carry their COVID-19 vaccination record or Medical Exemption Certificate at all times and present it to cast members for inspection as required.
“LeaveHomeSafe” mandatory at all catering premises and scheduled premises
All guests (except specified persons) are required by law to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” venue QR code using the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application upon entering scheduled premises and catering premises for dine-in. Please refer to Health and Safety information on our website for further details.
Health and safety measures remain a priority
Upon reopening, the resort will continue with its health and safety measures including temperature screening, the wearing of face masks, social distancing, and increased cleaning and sanitization with reference to the latest regulations and guidance from the government and health authorities.
Park operations and related arrangements will continue to be reviewed on an ongoing basis and adjusted as needed to take into account the latest government regulations.###
Hong Kong Disneyland asks for guests’ kind understanding and compliance with the following requirements when the park reopens. Guests must:
- Comply with the “Vaccine Pass” requirements. Under the Vaccine Pass arrangements, all guests who enter or remain in the park and restaurants for dine-in are required to fulfil the “Vaccine Pass” requirements, unless exempted under the law. Guests should carry at all times their COVID-19 vaccination record or Medical Exemption Certificate and present it to our cast members for inspection as required.
- Scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” venue QR code using the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application upon entering scheduled premises and catering premises for dine-in as required by law (except specified persons).
- Purchase their tickets in advance and mark park visit reservation up to 90 days in advance of their visit, via the Hong Kong Disneyland reservation website.
- Make a health declaration as part of the Hong Kong Disneyland park reservation process.
- Undergo temperature screening procedures upon arrival. Guests with a temperature of 37.5 °C or above cannot be admitted.
- Wear a mask at all times during their visit, except when enjoying food and beverage at a table within catering premises.