Given new restrictions, one of the Disney theme parks is forced to remain closed for longer than originally expected.
Disney Theme Parks
Disney World and Disneyland theme parks have changed the mask requirements since Disney reopened in July 2020. Due to Covid-19, experiences including dining and character meets have been limited. Disney also set park reservations in place to limit capacity. However, these restrictions have eased up recently, including mask requirements at Disney World.
Effective today, face coverings will no longer be required for fully vaccinated Guests in both indoor and outdoor locations at Disney World. However, they are required on Disney transportation like buses, the monorail, and skyliner. There are still federal mandates for transportation in place, so this is why we still see the transportation rules in effect. While I’m (Susan) excited to see these changes here, not all Disney theme parks are currently open.
Disney released a statement on how this closure affects Hong Kong Disneyland. The resort hotels will remain open with adjusted level of services. Also, service at restaurants and recreation facilities in hotels will be adjusted according to the latest regulations.
These arrangements will be adjusted from time to time with reference to the latest government requirements.
Unused Park Tickets and or Designated In-Park Products with expiration dates falling within Hong Kong Disneyland’s temporary closure period will be extended. For hotel bookings with check-in date falling within this period, free cancellations are available. Magic Access Memberships will also be extended.
In line with prevention efforts taking place across Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland Park will temporarily close from January 7 to Feb 23, 2022. The date has been extended. Hopefully, Hong Kong Disneyland Park can reopen soon.
What are your thoughts on this closure? Would you visit Hong Kong if they reopen or wait until later to visit Hong Kong Disneyland Park? Please share your thoughts below or on our KtP Facebook group.
Source: Disneyland Hong Kong