Others weren’t so happy. Denis Morissette, a Canadian tourist, told the Sentinel:
“It’s not fair. It’s legal. I think people who smoke should smoke if they want to smoke.”
The new rules won’t make too much of a difference at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, which currently only has two smoking areas inside the 107-acre park. It will however mean if you’d like to get in a smoke break, you’ll have to leave property. No word on if you can still smoke on hotels, but we imagine that’ll still be within the rules of the resort.
The changes also won’t apply to Disney’s international parks, which includes Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and China.