Come with me "Disneyland HK"

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Happy Monday Sunshines! Today a quick post along with a video dairy on my trip to Disneyland.

 

Two weeks ago, my boyfriend surprised me and took the day off to take me to Disneyland. I’ve been to Disneyland HK nearly 10 years ago and was so disappointed by it. Mainly because I was expecting a big park filled with rollercoasters. Little did I know, it was mainly catered for small children and within an hour or two you’d pretty much seen the entire park. So this time around, despite that I’ve heard the park had expanded, I had absolutely no expectations.

 

We arrived around 3 and if it wasn’t for my excessive picture and video taking, we’d be done a lot sooner. On the bright side, it wasn’t as humid and since we went on a weekday, we rarely had to wait in line for the limited number of rides they had.

 

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The park is had 7 main section; Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street. Though none of them really stood out to me, I did enjoy the vibe of Toy Story Land. They enlarged everything so that you’d feel tiny and was decorated in large colourful fairy lights.

 

There were a few parades as well during the day, though we didn’t really catch them except the night parade. I’m not a big fan parades so I tend to skip them but we had to watch the final one as they blocked the roads towards the exit. Other than that, they also have a firework show, which people did say was worth to watch, though I’ve seen plenty so we skipped that to go on a few more rides while there weren’t any lines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Overall it was a fun day out with beautiful views and an amazing sunset, the park really comes to live at night so it was great to walk around and experience it in the night time. In the end, this park is not really something I’d recommend people to go to, there is a much nicer amusement park where both kids and adults can be entertained called Ocean Park here in HK which is a lot cheaper, bigger and overall worth it.

 

Cheers,
Sam