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scartay08 wrote a review Sep 2020
Singapore, Singapore44 contributions11 helpful votes
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Didn’t get to ride most of the rides because of the queue or slots already filled. But we still enjoyed the stroll, with all the picturesque architecture. My favourite area is the Agrabah marketplace, it’s beautiful especially at night. This place I think is catered more for adults. If you want a more “Disney” or “magical” feel then go to Disneyland but If you have time I suggest to visit both!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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andeegoofy wrote a review Sep 2020
Santa Rosa, California129 contributions54 helpful votes
I've only been to the parks in the US, but the people stating this is the BEST Disney park in the entire world, are not wrong. If you're a ride junky, short line person, or staunch american food eater, this might not be for you. However, I'd still recommend doing it One time in your life. the Japanese have created a massive sea side extravaganza. Never have I seen so many lands, and everything is so extravagant and big. From the Prometheus Volcano, hidden island, Arabia castles, Indiana Jones pyramid, Tower of Terror, Marine institute, Columbia ship, all these things are huge decorative items that dwarf the impact of the impact of the favored California Disneyland Castle. This place is magnfiicant on the eyes. ALSO, park prices are well less than HALF of American park prices. Worth the plane fair alone.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Ed H wrote a review Aug 2020
Ontario, California123 contributions22 helpful votes
If you can only go to one park between Disneysea and Tokyo Disneyland - I highly recommend Disneysea. Look, you've already been to Disneyland in the states. So why experience the same thing again! Disneysea is exciting and beautiful. Make sure to get on the 20,000 leagues under the sea, Sinbad's storybook, the gondola ride, and have a drink at the Teddy Roosevelt Lounge.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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StripeyMiata wrote a review Jun 2020
Lisburn, United Kingdom634 contributions67 helpful votes
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While Tokyo Disneyland is pretty much what you would expect from a Disney Park, DisneySea is a lot more bonkers, especially at night.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Della G wrote a review May 2020
Coquitlam, Canada808 contributions308 helpful votes
Our family has visited Disneyland and Disneyworlds in the USA numerous times and Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong also. So on our last visit to Tokyo, we opted to visit DisneySea as this was not available at other Disney locations. We, didn't have little ones to explore with but we did not need children to enjoy ourselves. Totally, different experience from other Disneylands. Visually and architectually outstanding as is expected from Disney's imagineering team. Totally different character concepts. Only downside was that it was super crowded and even with fast pass we could not see or ride everything. It was a really really long day as we stayed to the end. So this wonderful amusement theme park may change somewhat in the near future as we visited pre Covid 19. Nonetheless our family still believes in magic!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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