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“Expensive theme park”

Hong Kong Disneyland
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Ranked #15 of 812 things to do in Hong Kong
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Owner description: Grand Opening: September 12, 2005
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Activities for young children
Singapore, Singapore
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“Expensive theme park”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 8, 2013 via mobile

The entrance tickets is very expensive. They are very strict on taking in the foods, but not snack. So you may bring along breads or biscuit. Foods and drinks inside the park are very expensive. Plus point is Water dispensers provided in the park for water top up. Rides are suitable for young kids to teens. Another plus point is the park management do noted on queue jumping feedback by visitors. There alway announcement and poster to educate visitors not to jump queue. And the park rangers seriously take note on this queue jumping. Most rides take a good 10 min waiting time which is reasonable.

Visited December 2013
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“Disney Forever”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 7, 2013

It was our first time to visit Disneyland last Dec 4, and we stayed there from 10 am till closing time. The train to disney itself was already an attraction!
The moment I set foot on Disney, I felt like a kid again. I was so happy to see all the disney characters & took pictures with them. I'm not really so into thrilling rides as I have a fear of heights, so I skipped that part. But my husband told me that it was fantastic!
But I didn't miss the Mystic Place experience. It was so cool!
One of the highlights of the attraction was the fireworks display around 8pm, in front of Sleeping Beauty's castle. It was an indescribable magical feeling indeed! It's way better than the fireworks display of Universal Studios Singapore (oooppsssyy!)
For those who are planning to visit this place, please come soon as they have a Christmas theme at this time. For me, one day visit is not enough. I was closed to tears when it closed. I just love Disney so much! The visit was all worth it!

Visited December 2013
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“Another great visit”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 7, 2013

Once again another great visit to Hong Kong disneyland. Since 2009 there were 2 new lands for our children to explore and enjoy. We love it here, it is close to Australia and the facilities are so clean and enjoyable, cannot see the point of going to the one in LA anytime soon.

Visited January 2013
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“Disneyland's still got it!”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 6, 2013

Second visit here, and a little wiser :)

- everyone seems to make a beeline for Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, probably because they are the first things you see so to avoid the crowds (more on that later), try starting from Adventureland or Grizzly Gulch

- while every land has their own souvenir shop, almost everything can be found at the stores along Main Street. From the outside it looks like separate shops, but it's just one big store. There are some items that are only found at the respective 'land' e.g. Mystic Point memorabilia, wider selection of Princess dresses at Fantasyland. If you are looking for hats/mickey ears, go to the Main Street store, the biggest selection is there.

- park food is expensive. I was able to enter with some snacks and drinking water. They have these 3-in-1 meal coupons that might help you save a bit although they are only usable at selected restaurants.

- HALAL FOOD IS NOW AVAILABLE! Tahitian Terrace is cheap (<HK$100 per set) but not so tasty, IMO. Also, they do not have kids' sets. The food at Explorers' Club at Mystic Point is SOOOOO MUCCCHHH YUMMIIIEERRR and they have kids' meals available! (about HK$120). Plenty of seating available there as well.

- Mystic Manor is one of the best amusement park rides we've been on...truly amazing. Don't miss it!

- Fastpass Winnie the Pooh at Fantasyland and go on the other rides first.

- If you want to get really close to fireworks, be prepared to come early to camp out in front of the castle. We were there 30 mins before the fireworks began and already there were hordes of people seated there already.

- Parents, don't let your kids stop you from taking the rides! You can arrange for a rider swap up front (parents take turns to ride, not so fun, but at least you get to take it) Don't miss out on Space Mountain and Grizzly Gulch!

- Stitch Encounter was also enjoyable. Check with the cast members on show timings for English/Cantonese/Mandarin versions.

- Princesses appear at the gazebo outside Fantasyland. They're so charming :) if you're lucky, your little princess might be given a 'Star Princess' sticker that will allow them to participate in the 'Flights of Fantasy parade. Star Princesses are also given front row seating at the parade.

- comfy shoes and sunblock is a must. It's winter but the sun is still quite strong!

- drinking fountains are available outside the toilets, save a few bucks on water that way.

- coffee is near daylight robbery. HK$22 for a 3-in-1 Nescafe!


In my review two years ago, I mentioned about the boorish Chinese tourists...that hasn't changed at all. My children and I were nearly bulldozed by a group of senior citizens, who for some reason really wanted to get in front of us at the queue for the Orbitron. They push, nudge and when you don't budge, they just push even harder. It's ok if you weigh 250 lbs like my husband but not OK when you are with small kids. It's awful and really put a dampener on my vacation. Be careful at attractions like the Golden Mickeys, Lion King Festival, Philharmonic, even Mystic Manor because they will do whatever it takes to get a seat first (EVEN IF THERE ARE STILL A GAZILLION SEATS LEFT!!!). I've been to amusement parks in Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and the US and this is the only place where I've seen such things happen.

Now there are constant reminders to park visitors to not cut queues and not 'pre-booking' places in line for a large party. The park tries their best to manage the queues, but you can't do much if people are just "like that".

Visited December 2013
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“The Place That You Need To Go”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 5, 2013

Are you visiting HK with kids aged <10? Then its a must visit place to fulfill your trip. If possible get 2 days pass to cover all the rides and shows. Good days to visits are Tuesday-Thursday to avoid long queue also for comfortable trip. We bought 2 days ticket and went with our 7 and 9 years kids. They completely enjoyed all the rides and shows. All the shows were very attractive and eye catchy. Rides were thrilling too. Took photos with almost all the characters as the staffs controlled the queue. Food was bit pricy but nice. Outside food is not allowed unless you have kids.

Overall it is a must place to visit.

Visited November 2013
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