After the resort’s third closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will reopen to the public on February 19.

Announced via social media platforms and on the Disney Parks blog, Thomas Smith said that “we’re pleased to share that today Hong Kong Disneyland announced that its park will officially reopen on February 19, 2021!”

Smith also explained that in honor of Hong Kong Disneyland’s 15th anniversary which occured last September, “guests will be able to experience the new Castle of Magical Dreams”.

The castle remains the re-imagined centerpiece of the resort and guests can also enjoy new exhibits and audio tours to learn more about the castle’s transformation.

“In alignment with the latest guidance from government and health authorities, the resort will continue to implement enhanced health and safety measures, including requiring face coverings and physical distancing.”

“These measures will continue to be reviewed and adjusted based on the latest government regulations.”

“I’m very proud of our Cast Members for their dedicated efforts in preparation for our reopening, especially during this trying time for all of us,” said Michael Moriarty, managing director for Hong Kong Disneyland.

“Our recovery will be an important part of revitalizing the tourism industry in Hong Kong – serving as a beacon of hope, courage and possibility, much like our Castle of Magical Dreams.”