Hong Kong Disneyland will be open six days a week from September onwards, marking a return to its pre-pandemic schedule. During these days, the park will be open anytime between 10am and 9pm, depending on which day it is, and will be closed on Wednesdays.
However, the theme park will remain open on a public holiday or any other special day that falls on a Wednesday.
Since 2020, Disneyland was closed twice a week — on Tuesdays and Thursdays — and maintained this schedule whenever it was open during the pandemic. The park then increased its days of operation this summer by opening six days a week from mid-June to mid-July this year, and subsequently maintaining a seven-days-a-week operation until August 31.
Hong Kong Disneyland recently reopened its Hollywood Hotel and will kick off its Halloween celebrations on September 16. In addition, the park will unveil the Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse statue Dream Makers on October 16, to celebrate Disney’s 100th anniversary.
The most anticipated event on the park’s calendar this year is the opening of the first-ever World of Frozen, which is scheduled for November 2023.
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