Hong Kong Disneyland will increase its days of operation to six or seven days a week from mid-June 2023, officials announced on Monday. The park is currently closed every Tuesday and Thursday, except for public holidays. Park authorities also revealed several new and returning attractions for the second half of the year, including the debut of the World of Frozen in November.
“The world’s first and biggest Frozen-themed land, which will be launched later this year, will be a defining addition to our world-class attractions that help us win over locals and tourists alike,” said Michael Moriarty, managing director at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
Moriarty also announced that Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, which closed in February 2020, will reopen with an all-new hotel lobby and two restaurants, starting in mid-July. In addition, the Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse statue, Dream Makers, will be unveiled in October this year.
Last year, the park debuted a new show called Momentous, a revamp of the iconic nighttime fireworks at the Castle of Magical Dreams. The fireworks display was suspended in 2018 when renovation work began on the castle and the Covid-19 pandemic further delayed its reopening.
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