• Hong Kong Disneyland Park officially reopened on Jun 18 with reduced capacity, enhanced health and safety procedures and a new reservation system for all guests. All guests entering the park will be required to undergo temperature screening and wear face masks. Learn more.
  • All guests are required to make a reservation online with valid tickets or membership cards prior to their visit.
    >>Park Visit Reservation Now<<.
  • The park has implemented social distancing in queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles and other facilities. Character experiences requiring close interaction and close-up photos will be temporarily suspended. Learn more.
  • Extensions will be provided for unused park tickets, Magic Access memberships and other date-specific products. Learn more.
  • Free cancellations for park tickets and hotel room bookings within the specified period are available. Learn more.
Hong Kong Disneyland Park Visit Reservation and Important Information - July 08, 2020
  • Hong Kong Disneyland Park officially reopened on Jun 18 with reduced capacity, enhanced health and safety procedures and a new reservation system for all guests. All guests entering the park will be required to undergo temperature screening and wear face masks. Learn more.
  • All guests are required to make a reservation online with valid tickets or membership cards prior to their visit.
    >>Park Visit Reservation Now<<.
  • The park has implemented social distancing in queues, restaurants, attraction vehicles and other facilities. Character experiences requiring close interaction and close-up photos will be temporarily suspended. Learn more.
  • Extensions will be provided for unused park tickets, Magic Access memberships and other date-specific products. Learn more.
  • Free cancellations for park tickets and hotel room bookings within the specified period are available. Learn more.

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Dining – Frequently Asked Questions

Q.
What food items are not permitted in the Park? Can you list out some examples?
A.
Cup noodles, pre-packaged curry fish balls sold in convenience store, self-cooking hotpots, stinky tofu, durian fruit, whole pineapple, whole watermelon, whole suckling pig, whole chicken, whole duck, raw meat, fresh oyster, sashimi, sushi or rice-ball with sashimi, fresh fruits cream cake, canned drinks, canned food, beer, red wine and white wine.