Disneyland Hong Kong in China is one of the 6 world-famous Disney World amusement parks. The park opened its doors to guests in September 2005 and has since continued to delight children and adults. Compared to other Disney parks, Hong Kong Park is one of the smallest, covering an area of only 27.5 hectares. However, this does not prevent the park from remaining the largest entertainment center in China.
Among the interesting features of the park, one can note its Asian flavor. It is built on the principle of feng shui, which is of great importance to the Chinese. In the park you can not only have fun and ride the rides, but also have a picnic on the shore of the Inspiration Lake in silence, contemplating nature.
How to get to Disneyland Hong Kong?
Disneyland Hong Kong is located on Lantau Island, just a 20-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport. You can get to the park in several ways. Among them:
- By taxi;
- By bus;
From Down Town Hong Kong you need routes R33 and R42,
From Lantau Link Toll Plaza, routes A or E.
- By train;
From the Sunny Bay Station, take the train to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
Disneyland Hong Kong Description
The entire vast territory of the park is divided into 7 thematic zones: Fantastic Land, Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land and Adventureland. Each of them has its own characteristics and unique attractions. In addition, the park hosts a daily parade with fireworks and a show in which the favorite characters of the Disney world participate. It starts at about 8 pm.
There is a railway around the park, so you can get from one part of it to another in a matter of minutes. There are many cafes, restaurants, and of course hotels in Disneyland Hong Kong. You can also spend money in numerous souvenir shops, photo studios and art workshops, while each section of the park presents its own theme.
Disneyland Hong Kong’s opening hours depend on the season, day of the week, and the presence or absence of public holidays. Before visiting the park, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the current timetable of the park on the official website https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com. In general, the park works
- Monday to Thursday – from 10am to 8pm,
- From Friday to Sunday – from 10am to 9pm.
As for ticket prices, they can also vary depending on the date of the visit, the age of the guest and the number of days you plan to spend in the park. So,
- A one-day ticket for an adult costs 639 Hong Kong dollars (about 82 US dollars)
- A one-day ticket for children (3 to 11 years old) costs 475 Hong Kong dollars (about 60 US dollars).
You can also purchase meal vouchers or Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Packages, which includes a costume, makeup and photo shooting in the park.