Hong Kong Disneyland authorities confirmed that Tarzan’s Treehouse will reopen this year, after being closed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking at a Legislative Council Panel Meeting on Economic Development on Monday, Michael Moriarty, managing director at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, revealed that the attraction will reopen in 2023.
“As it relates to the Treehouse attraction, with Covid, we’ve had to make a lot of changes, but we’re happy to say that it will be coming along later this calendar year,” said Moriarty, when asked about why the attraction had been closed for so long. The closure of Tarzan’s Treehouse at Disneyland California in 2021 means the Hong Kong treehouse is the only one of its kind across all the Disney parks globally.
At the meeting, Moriarty also confirmed that Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, which closed in February 2020, will reopen with an all-new hotel lobby and two restaurants, on July 14.
The news comes after park officials revealed that the much-awaited World of Frozen will reopen in November this year, and that it will increase its days of operation to six or seven days a week. Currently, Hong Kong Disneyland is open only five days a week, and is closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. In addition, the Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse statue, Dream Makers, will be unveiled in October this year.
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