Universal Beijing Resort to Gradually Re-open

By Alistair Baker-Brian, June 22, 2022

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Having been closed since May 1 due to COVID-19, Universal Beijing Resort will gradually re-open, according to their official website. 

Here’s what you need to know: 

Entering the Park

All guests must show proof of a negative nucleic acid test result issued within 72 hours. They must also undergo other COVID measures such as temperature checking and Beijing Health Kit (北京健康宝) QR code scanning. 

Guests must wear a mask in the park the whole time, except for when dining. 

Guests must make a reservation in advance before entering the park.

Universal Studios Beijing Tickets and Hotel Products…

… will be available as part of a limited capacity pre-sale from June 23 onwards. 

Universal Studios Beijing…

… will re-open on June 25. Daily operating hours will be from 10am until 7pm. Certain features of the park will remain temporarily closed until further notice. 

Universal CityWalk Beijing… 

… will be open from 12pm until 9pm on June 24. Thereafter, daily opening hours will be from 8am until 9pm, with extended operating hours during the weekend. 

Some restaurants will not re-open in the early stage of re-opening.

The Universal Studios Grand Hotel…

… will re-open to guests at midday on June 24.

NUO Resort Hotel…

… will re-open on July 1. 


[Cover image via Weibo/@观察者网]

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