Those looking for a pick-me-up this summer can look forward to the reopenings of Hong Kong amusement parks Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park, which have both been closed for months due to COVID-19.
Hong Kong Disneyland will be operating at reduced capacity and observing social distancing in queues, restaurants, and attractions, as well as requesting guests to wear masks and undergo temperature checks upon entry to the park. Character experiences and close-up photos, meanwhile, are still suspended. All guests are required to make an online reservation before their visits. Magic Access members can reserve their spot eight days in advance, while regular guests can book seven days in advance.
Ocean Park will also be maintaining social distancing and mandatory mask-wearing and temperature checks, as well as requiring guests to make online bookings beforehand. Reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance. The most exciting news, however, is reduced prices for Hong Kong residents from June 13 to July 31, from $498 to $350.
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