The theme park will operate at a reduced capacity and with a new ticket reservation system for all guests.
Hotel services at the resort are also to reopen gradually, while MTR train services on the Disneyland Resort line will resume on Wednesday.
🚨Hong Kong Disneyland will reopen on June 18!🚨
The theme park has been closed since January 26, 2020 💕 pic.twitter.com/7XrX4MR2rA
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In a press release, Disneyland said during the initial reopening phase, all guests, including park ticket holders and members, will be required to book a trip through its website seven or eight days before a visit.
Special measures to be taken
Reservations will not be required for children below the age of three and will be admitted free of charge as usual.
Social-distancing measures will be implemented in queues, restaurants, on rides, and at other facilities throughout the park, while character experiences requiring close interaction and close-up photos are to be temporarily suspended.
Guests will have to fill out a health declaration form online and undergo temperature screening upon arrival. Masks must all be worn, except when eating and drink, the park has announced.
— Free Malaysia Today (@fmtoday) June 15, 2020
Without counting the loss from the closure, Hong Kong Disneyland earlier revealed its losses had doubled to HK$105 million (US$13.4 million) in 2018-19 because of the city’s anti-government protests.