A Hong Kong Disneyland committee has come up with three suggestions to avoid serious overcrowding problems, and the park is "actively considering" which of them to implement, a spokeswoman said.
The solutions include creating a "fast pass" system that will encourage visitors to enter the park at staggered times.
The park may also "dispatch" guests to its Inspiration Lake so they can take pictures. It is also considering hiring more staff to entertain guests while they wait in the humidity and heat.
"We are enhancing our in-park procedures just in case crowds gather outside the park or overcrowding situations happen," said Glendy Chu, media relations manager for Disney.
Chu said that the instructions to modify the park's logistical operations on busy days did not come from the government.
"It's our initiative. We have to proactively deal with measures," she said Friday.
"When [the park] is going to reach capacity we might hand out something like a pass, [which] will advise the visitors to come at a designated time," Chu said.
She said it would not be called a "fast pass," but it works like one, allowing entry only during specific hours.
"We are also considering finding additional manpower and additional cast members to help the guests to answer any of their inquiries and to help explain the situation to them," she said.