Due to current health precautions, Hong Kong Disneyland is temporarily closed until further notice.
Located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland has its own MTR resort line that connects from Sunny Bay Station — a short, and convenient, ride from the airport. It is also accessible from bus routes R33 and R42, taxi, or even by ferry, with two Disney-bound rides per day departing from the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier at 11am and 5:15pm. If planning to stay overnight at one of the Disneyland hotels or tackle the park over the span of two days, look out for exclusive park and hotel packages on Disneyland’s website.
With tickets in hand, head into the park for a day of fun with the beloved Disney characters and rides. Scope out the seven themed lands and don’t miss the Marvel experiences with an aerial tour of the Hong Kong Stark Tower with Tony Stark at the Iron Man Experience and meet the Iron Man himself! Team up with Ant-Man and the Wasp to help fight off Swarmbots from invading the S.H.I.E.L.D. Pavilion in ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle!’.
Hop over to Mystic Manor, a Hong Kong-exclusive attraction, and ride through its enchanted museum and animated galleries where everything comes to life! Looking for a stimulating experience? Thrill-seekers can make their way over to the Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars and RC Racer to test their limits.
For princesses, go for a head-to-toe royal makeover at the Storybook Shoppe - Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique., where the Fairy Godmother-in-training will get the little ones fitted in a princess costume of choice, style their hair, and finish the look off with some shimmery makeup and a perfect manicure. Kids who prefer a more action-packed, hands-on experience could opt for Jedi Training and battle against Darth Vader at Tomorrowland. Meet Disney’s favourite characters, take a photo and make memories that will last a lifetime!
As for those searching for some all-round family entertainment, catch a glimpse of all the beloved Disney princesses and characters at the Flights of Fantasy Parade, which only happens during the daytime. Families can also sit back and enjoy Disney’s very own musical theatre shows, such as Festival of the Lion King and Mickey and the Wondrous Book, which features live vocalists, Disney characters, and dancers.
Refuel after all these adventures with some tasty food. For a quicker bite inside the theme park, try the Comet Café or River View Café. Alternatively, grab some Hong Kong-style snacks at Main Street Bakery or one of the outdoor vending carts. There are plenty of dining options at Disneyland’s three hotels for those with a little bit more time on their hands. To taste the flavours of provincial China, visit Dragon Wind at the Disney Explorers Lodge, or Crystal Lotus at the park’s flagship hotel, which has exquisite Chinese specialities, fun Disney character-shaped dim sum, and everything in-between. There may even be a chance to meet the Disney characters at the hotels during meals.
Here are some useful tips to keep in mind to have the most magical experience here in Hong Kong:
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