In order to preserve the guest experience at Shanghai Disneyland, we highly recommend guests interested in visiting Shanghai Disneyland on June 26 (Monday) and June 27 (Tuesday) to purchase tickets in advance, as these dates are forecast to be high attendance days and we reserve the right to suspend sales for all ticketing products at the resort on these dates should demand require. Please check our official website and/or app for the most up-to-date information on park ticket availability. Other experiences inside Shanghai Disney Resort, including Disneytown, will be open for guests to enjoy.
Friendly Reminder - June 25, 2017
In order to preserve the guest experience at Shanghai Disneyland, we highly recommend guests interested in visiting Shanghai Disneyland on June 26 (Monday) and June 27 (Tuesday) to purchase tickets in advance, as these dates are forecast to be high attendance days and we reserve the right to suspend sales for all ticketing products at the resort on these dates should demand require. Please check our official website and/or app for the most up-to-date information on park ticket availability. Other experiences inside Shanghai Disney Resort, including Disneytown, will be open for guests to enjoy.

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Disneytown

Disneytown is an admission-free shopping, dining and entertainment destination with the charm of an international village—situated on the scenic shores of Wishing Star Lake.

Come explore more than 46,000 square meters of Disneytown experiences, including:

  • Marketplace – A colorful central plaza filled with international shopping opportunities, including the first World of Disney Store in Asia.
  • The Lakeshore – Waterfront views and a variety of restaurant options—from world-class fare to casual eats.
  • Spice Alley – Cozy courtyards and open kitchens with alfresco dining set the stage for an irresistible atmosphere of camaraderie.
  • Broadway Boulevard & Broadway Plaza – A dynamic shopping street leading to Walt Disney Grand Theatre—home of the first-ever Mandarin stage presentation of THE LION KING.

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