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>First Visit to Hong Kong Disneyland

Posted on: December 5, 2010


In year 2005, it was my first visit to Hong Kong with my family. It was during Chinese New Year that time. Unfortunately, didn’t had the chance to visit Disneyland as it is still under construction. Too bad~
In year 2006, visit Hong Kong again after a week travel around China before going back Malaysia. Unfortunately, we only had 1 day stopby Hong Kong and my mom prefer to spend the time shopping around Mongkok instead going to Disneyland. Here goes again of missing another chance going to Disneyland.

This time around, my 3rd visit to Hong Kong, Disneyland is a not-to-be-miss in my itinerary. If not, I will regret for the 3rd time. We went Disneyland in the noon time. After having breakfast and a short and quick shopping around Mongkok, we took MRT to Disneyland.

Disney train with Mickey Mouse theme. Falling in love with this train

All about Mickey Mouse; the window and even the grip handles

Entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Saw it? Mickey Mouse surfing on the top of the fountain

D represents Diana. Just kidding. D represents what else? Disneyland

It was a fine weather until when we bought the ticket, gosh; it starts to rain. Looks like it’s not my luck to visit Disneyland.

Saw people are taking umbrella and wearing rain coat?
By the way, this is Sleeping Beauty castle

Although raining, but it don’t stop me from….

Taking photo with Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Finally…
I missed the chance when visiting Paris Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland is Asia’s second Disneyland (first is in Tokyo) and it is the smallest Disneyland compare to others. Therefore, we plan to go there after lunch. There are 4 themed lands; Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Advertureland and Tomorrowland.

We only able to enjoy few rides mostly indoor one. In order to kill time, we even went to watch those live show such as The Lion King Musical Performance.

One of the indoor ride, Space Mountain

Buzz Lightyear which famous for its “To infinity and beyond”

Not much photo can be taken as the rain starts to fall heavily in the evening. But one thing that cause us to wait till night time is the fireworks over the Sleeping Beauty castle. It’s so amazing and mesmerising. There is suppose to have performance before the fireworks but it had been cancel as the rain non stop falling.

Impressive fireworks

The park ticket cost HK$350 per adult.

How to get to this fairy-tale theme park: Take the Tung Chung Line to Sunny Bay and then transfer to Disneyland Resort Line.

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  • ken: >so cool ah the miniature world.. gotta admire the precision and accuracy of the structures :)
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