Okay, I wasn’t invited to the opening of Shanghai Disneyland, but at least other people made it and have some great reporting. I spent a bit of time passing all of the media outlets and found the best examples of people first hand reporting from Disneyland.
Overall, it seemed to go quite well and is quite an indicator of what it might look like in Florida. They kept their lines and distance and people generally seemed to behave. What I really enjoy seeing is that it almost felt “normal”. Could this be our new normal? Going to parks with masks and a bit more extra space?
Can we get through Coronavirus times with just some extra spacing and masks and deal with a virus here and there?
Or do you think this will just explode and shut down everything and the world will end?
What’s your take on Shanghai Disneyland’s opening?
#ShanghaiDisneyland has very very large walkways making social distancing a lot easier then other parks will have pic.twitter.com/1Xf95oBCXe
— Hollie Ballard (@jammyjimjams) May 11, 2020
I’m back to #ShanghaiDisneyland !Shanghai Disneyland is reopen today! 05/11 pic.twitter.com/radt5NUpt2
— shanghaidisneych (@SHDisneyCH) May 11, 2020
Re-opening of #Shanghaidisneyland, some takeaways:
– It was very weird and a lot of fun
– Face masks are prone to slip down on rollercoasters (see pic)
– American Disney executives were the worst at wearing masks properly
– Parades are virtual in the app! pic.twitter.com/qLKEx0vCew
— Joris (@thisisfunok) May 11, 2020
Providing enough space to wander in, Shanghai's version of Fantasyland is a great place to explore. My personal highlight was the updated version of Peter Pan's Flight, which brings a new dimension to the classic ride! #ShanghaiDisneyland pic.twitter.com/eqBfB8bmkh
— Henk Janssen (@HenkWJ) May 11, 2020
Can’t wait to be back #ShanghaiDisneyland!! pic.twitter.com/NIFmUhp9zm
— Kailia Sage (@KailiaSage) May 11, 2020
I did not expect to cry during #ShanghaiDisneyland 's reopening, but I did.
— Alexandra (@ameaproductions) May 11, 2020
CMs keep reminding and stand in front of the characters to keep guests coming closer #ShanghaiDisneyland #SHDL #上海ディズニーランド #Disney #Disneypark #Disneyland pic.twitter.com/52vTjgjw7r
— DONGDONG (@gourmetdyy) May 11, 2020
Walking into Shanghai Disneyland through the hotel guest entrance!!! pic.twitter.com/o6ZQmDKwlf
— Chris Explorer (@tdrexplorer) May 11, 2020