Did you know Hong Kong had a Disney Land?

That’s right Hong Kong has a Disney, we didn’t know this either until a colleague told me.

Being a Disney lover i just had to fine the time to go.

We bought our park tickets in the UK before we went. We bought a days pass including return transport to and from our hotel. I am glad we bought the tickets before hand but i will say that i would recommend just using the MTR to get to Disney. The transport picks you up shortly after the parks opening time and our transport was half an hour late so we missed just over an hour at the beginning of the day. The bus was on time to take us back after the parades had finished and the park was closing but once we got dropped off in the city centre our feeder coach had broke down so we were offered the chance to wait for another bus or walk back to the hotel. Not best pleased but luckily John had access to Google maps on his phone and the hotel was 15 mins walk away. After a long day we decided to walk back.

The park was absolutely great, we thought better than Disneyland Paris. The Paint the Night Parade was amazing, one of the best i’d seen and we have done Florida as well.


Star Wars and Marvel fans wouldn’t be disappointed at all. They had the classic Jedi Training for the kiddies to join in on. I treat myself to some Storm Trooper chopsticks and a BB8 pizza from the snack shack nearby.

We loved the hyperspace mountain ride, this seemed to be the space mountain ride transformed into a Star Wars themed ride and it was great.  Antman and the The Wasp Nano Battle was their newest attraction. And the Star Tours ride looked to have been changed into the Iron Man experience.

Their seemed to be enough choice of rides and attractions for guests of all ages.

This was a real highlight for us during our stay and would strongly recommend a visit to anyone off out to Hong Kong.




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My name is Ria and i have been working in Travel since August 2007. I first discovered how much i loved the industry when i did my work placement at age 15. I enjoyed getting to know people and talking to them about their favorite holidays. I then went on to study…

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