Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney resort to reopen from the global closures, and now it’s entering a new stage of reopening.
With all sorts of new health measures and safety features, Shanghai Disneyland has spent the last few months adapting to the new normal. We’ve seen the introduction of the new Standby Pass feature and even the return of fireworks. Now, in line with government restrictions, Shanghai Disneyland will be raising capacity and entering a new phase of reopening.
The new phase comes in reaction to China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism raising the operating capacity of tourism sites from 30% to 50%. So, effective August 24th, Shanghai Disneyland will transition out of the current Advanced Reservation Period to give guests more flexibility in their plans.
In the new phase, General Admissions Ticketholders and Annual Passholders will be able to visit the Shanghai Disneyland park on any day that they are eligible. Same-day park tickets will be available as well. All guests will still be required to make a reservation by submitting a visitation date and personal information to receive a Shanghai Disneyland Reservation QR Code.
The start of this new phase will also mark the day that Annual Passes and General Admission Tickets that were affected by the closure and the Advanced Reservation Period will be extended. These extensions should occur automatically.
We’ll be following along with news from Shanghai Disneyland as the resort continues to open further. Stay tuned to DFB for all of the latest updates about this reopening process and others around the world!
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