HONG KONG — This week Hong Kong Disneyland will become the world's second Disney park to reopen.
One of the smallest Disney theme parks it closed on January 26th due to the global coronavirus crisis and has remained shut since then, with a few exceptions namely its hotels and a few on-site restaurants.
Guests will be required to book reservations online up to seven days in advance in order to maintain crowd control.
Upon arrival, they will have to submit to temperature checks and wear face masks.
Magic access members, who are the park's annual pass holders, will get priority for booking reservations.
The park is set to open on Thursday.