In Hong Kong, tourists can enjoy an amazing journey through five themed lands: Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, ... More
Hong Kong Disneyland
In Hong Kong, tourists can enjoy an amazing journey through five themed lands: Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, and Toy Story. In each land, meet familiar characters, enjoy cutting edge rides, and Broadway-quality shows. Grizzly Gulch, exclusive to Hong Kong Disneyland, is a Wild West themed area with train cars, cowboys and wagons.
Last time , I lost my wallet , and I told the members, they found the wallet on that day ,
and the employee of the one helping us take picture were also nice , so this trip I cannot forget it ! I will return to there as soon as possible!!!
We went with our 2 kids in 2009 during CNY. It was our first trip to Hong Kong via transit to Xi'an, China.
We had our left over breakfast dim sum packed in a bag .The staff did not allow us to bring in ended up we threw all delicious left over dim sum into the trash can!! What kind of policy it is to encourage the kids witnessing food goes to waste.,....???/
Well, it was a dream come true for my son to visit Disneyland.It was our Birthday treat for him. It was worth it, despite of the rain...seeing him so happy, taking pictures with all the characters, especially with Buzz and Woody and having breakfast with most of his favourite Disney characters, my son was over the moon.He planned to go back to Disneyland on his 7th Birthday .
my kids love hong kong disneyland that's why every year we make it a point to go there for our family outing but this year we had a bad experience at one of their restaurant , the plaza inn. when i was about to get my change the waiter suddenly snap at the leather folder and turn and walk away with my change in it and receipt. they have charge us service charge already and i think they have to leave us to decide for the amount of tip if we're still going to leave for them .it is very rude and unethical my hands are still reaching for my change and he snap it close. when i return back to ask for my receipt everyone of them gave me the long face. and while i was trying to complain what happened the receptionist pretended not to understand english at all.and also when we went in to the mickey's house when after my kids took picture with mickey ,my kids we're hugging mickey and mickey is playing with them and the crew around them thought that since we are tourist they thought i didn't understand what they say, they told mickey to stop playing with them coz it will take very long for them to leave.it's so pathetic. it's not a cheap vacation ,it's not also to cheap to eat there and i'm just dissapointed that they didn't train their crew well.
My kids had the time of their lives mingling and taking photos with the Disney characters inside the park. Not to mention that they had countless photo opportunites when we had the buffet breakfast at HK Disney Hotel, and the different Disney Princess accommodating kids and guests at the lobby of the hotel.
It was well worth the trip. Highly recommended for families with pre-teen kids.
Its sooo small. Theres only one roller coaster ( I love roller coasters!)!!! But if you are with kids, they would enjoy it. If you are not with kids and want to go to a theme park, go to Ocean Park instead. You will have much more fun there!
I just recently went to Hong Kong Disneyland. I don't think its the greatest, but if you're a tourist, then you should def. go check it out. The Golden Mickey Show was pretty good, the Space Mountain was amazing, the parades (right now they have two, one dry parade and one wet parade. you don't get soaked but you get splashed) and the fireworks at the end of the night was also great. Its small, but its an ok place to visit. But def. go before June or after Sep. bec. when the lines are long people tend to cut in front of you, or just go crazy and also if you go after september its not as Hot and Humid! The food and beverages is very expensive. Taking the MTR there was great bec. the train was full of Mickey Mouse. overall, it wasn't bad, but it wasnt the greatest. I think i might go again.
The smallest of all the Disneyland resorts but note that it is still growing. Not that many rides. Familar rides are Space Mountain. Couple of cool rides include the Winnie Pooh and Toy Story. We were in by 9 out by 2. Very easy to get to by MTR.
Having seen Disneyland in the States, it was a bit disappointing. The rides are at a bare minimum and half a day is enough to see the whole area.For me, It was a half-finished miniture Disneyland and I felt that it was not really worth the money.
I actually had a better time at Ocean Park, being bigger and having more, if not better rides that also catered to older kids of 6 and up who seek a more thrilling experience.
On a positive note, the shows were amazingly fabulous with a very talented cast. The Lion King is one that's not to be missed.
Overall, it was alright but I won't be queueing anytime soon to see it again. Well, at least you don't have to pay for a plane fare to the States.
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