Tokyo Disneyland is set to introduce new ticket prices affecting 13 ticket categories for adult and children admission in April, Oriental Land revealed as the resort park’s operator.
Opened in 1983, Tokyo Disneyland’s price hike is seen to be in accordance with the current demands and opening of a new attraction – the “Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast” area. The classic Disney attraction will be Tokyo Disneyland’s latest development and is opening in April.
The adult one-day pass sees an increase of ¥700 to ¥8,200 (RM309.50). The adult annual passport will be costing ¥68,000, an increase of ¥6,000. Junior passes (for children ages between 12-17) sees a boost in fare as well but smaller children from ages 4 to 11 are exempted.
Despite the price bumps, there is an introduction of ticket for people with disabilities and the price starts ¥6,600 for an adult daily pass. All revised ticket prices will only be effective for purchases from April 1, 2020.
While Tokyo Disneyland is ready to welcome more guests with its new attraction, in other parts of Asia, Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland will remain closed indefinitely from the coronavirus outbreak.
Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland has closed their doors on January 25 and January 26 respectively, on the biggest festival of the year and busiest travel season in the region.
The temporary closure of both Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland could result in $175 million loss in Disney’s upcoming second quarter, as reported by The Orange County Register on February 4, 2020.
Text by Jessy Wong