Hong Kong Disneyland revealed its summer calendar for 2023 and confirmed that it will be open six days a week from mid-June to mid-July. The theme park will be open seven days a week from mid-July until the end of August, and will return to being closed only once a week from September onwards.
The park will maintain its twice-weekly closures on Tuesdays and Thursdays until mid-June. From the week starting June 18, it will close only once a week: June 20 (Tuesday), June 29, July 6, and July 13 (Thursdays). Its seven-days-a-week schedule will begin from the week starting July 16 and end on August 31.
Starting September, the park will be closed every Wednesday.
This development comes after Hong Kong Disneyland authorities revealed they were planning to expand the park’s operating days from the middle of June to six or seven days a week.
They also announced that the much-anticipated World of Frozen will debut in November, and that Disney’s Hollywood Hotel will reopen on July 14 with an all-new hotel lobby and two restaurants.
There are also plans to reopen Tarzan’s Treehouse later in 2023. In addition, the Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse statue Dream Makers will be unveiled in October this year.
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