Day 6 of my Hong Kong trip was basically spent on Disneyland Hong Kong, all day long! In fact, I think we started our journey at 11am and left Disneyland at 11pm! *gasp* To get to Disneyland, it’s as simple as taking the MTR. There is a stop called Disney, you won’t miss it. The MTR to Disney is also special, with Disney characters as the theme! So very cute!
Inside MTR to Disney
The journey from Mongkok took around 30-40 mins to reach Disneyland. By the way, this post will be focusing on pictures, since a picture can speak a thousand words. 🙂
Entrance to Disneyland
witch at Disneyland HK!
Railway station and Mickey at the entrance
Saucer and witch at the entrance
“Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy”
Stalls at Disneyland
Sat in the train that goes around Disneyland perimeter
Since we went at the end of October, the Halloween mood was all around Disneyland. There were also many haunted houses to visit! Such as these two below:
Main Street Hotel
The main castle. So magical.
Jungle River Cruise
River cruise with volcanoes on the side
The Jungle River Cruise was pretty cool! We got splashed by crocodiles and saw volcanoes erupting along the way.
We spent quite some time to queue up for the photo shoot with Mickey and Minnie together (the one where they’re wearing purple outfit). But the rest of the characters, we managed to catch them when they were free! 🙂
Pictures with Disney characters
The Animation Academy
Pretty items of Disney characters
Shops along Main Street
We watched a show called Festival of the Lion King, which was my favourite! Must not miss this!
Festival of the Lion King
High School Musical was just so-so.
High School Musical show
Saucer bought popcorn for us, and it costed him HKD20! *gasp*
Popcorn at Disneyland HK
The third show we watched was called The Golden Mickey. It was pretty interesting. Do note that it’s shown in Cantonese, but there’s a screen with English subtitles on the side.
The Golden Mickey
We went for a ride called It’s a Small World, which is actually a boat ride that goes through the world. Very pretty!
It’s a Small World
It’s a Small World 1
It’s a Small World 2
It’s a Small World 3
To commemorate the Halloween festival, there was a show by Tim Burton’s Nightmare before Christmas parade as well.
Nightmare before Christmas parade
And of course, the fireworks!
The Halloween castle
Saucer and witch at Disneyland castle
And the Space Mountain ride scared the hell out of me! Just look at the picture of me screaming!
Space Mountain ride
Saucer trying to save the world
We did stop in between rides and shows to do shopping. I think I spent the most shopping here! Mugs, photo frames, t-shirts, umbrella! They’re all so very cute! Before we left Disneyland, we went for one last ride. The Cinderella Carousel! 🙂 Always wanted to ride on a Merry-go-round but too embarrassed to do so. Since it was already 11pm and no one else was riding, why not! 🙂
witch on Cinderella Carousel
*phew* So many pictures! I had never been to Disneyland prior to this, so I thought the experience was pretty beautiful. But I’m sure many people would beg to differ. I enjoyed my time at Disneyland nonetheless. It will always be some place special to me. 🙂
*Note: Read the rest of my Hong Kong Escapade here!