Tickets sell out instantly for Shanghai Disneyland

Evidently, people are very ready to shake off those coronavirus blues with a trip to the happiest place in Pudong.
Upon going on sale on Friday at 8 am, tickets for the first days of Shanghai Disneylands long-awaited reopening sold out pretty much instantly, according to the park.
By Friday afternoon, all available slots for May 11 through May 14 had already been reserved along with those for next weekend (May 16 and 17).
For the time being, Shanghai Disneyland is limiting visitor numbers to only 30 percent of usual capacity, meaning that around 24,000 people will be allowed in each day.

Those fortunate enough to make a reservation will have to arrive at the gates on the appointed day, present their health QR codes and have their temperature checked before gaining entry. They will have to wear face masks during the entirety of their visit, except when they are eating.

On the day of their reservation, guests will have to present their health QR codes, have their temperature checked, and wear face masks during the entirety of their visit except when they are eating.
The theme park has said that the majority of its attractions, rides, shops, and restaurants will be open on May 11 though some interactive attractions and experiences, like childrens play areas, will remain closed along with theater shows, parades, and the nightly fireworks display.
You also wont be able to get close-up photos with any of the characters, though they will be around to greet guests.

The rest of Disneys parks around the world remain closed and have not yet announced plans for reopening. Shanghai Disneylands re-opening will serve as sort of a test case for how other large them parks may respond.

So far, it seems like it should dispel any worries about tourists hesitating to return to the crowds and congestion.



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