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Shanghai Disney Etiquette Guide

Shanghai Disney Wants You to Know These 6 Behaviors Won't Fly at the New Park

Disney fans worldwide are counting down the days until the highly anticipated opening of the Shanghai park. But before its opening to the public on June 16, the Shanghai government wants park-goers to know that "uncivilised behaviours" aren't going to be tolerated there.

According to news reports, during the trial opening period, Shanghai city officials recognized some "ungracious behaviours" among visitors, prompting the park to issue a six-part etiquette guide to maintain an orderly attraction. Tourists planning to visit the park are being warned to avoid rowdiness, littering, vandalising, cutting lines, destroying the landscape, and other ill-mannered acts.

With only a few weeks until its public debut, there have already been reports of slight chaos caused by attendees of the preview earlier this year and by neighbouring residents. Hopefully the firm reminders can ensure that visitors from all over the world have the most magical experience at Shanghai Disney. From the looks of the new park attractions, everyone's excitement is understandable, though.

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