Situated in Penny’s Bay on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is unique among Disney theme parks in its incorporation of Chinese culture. The 55 acre park which was opened in September 2005 has a capacity of 34,000 visitors per day. Despite being the smallest Disneyland in the world Hong Kong Disneyland has a unique charm of its own which makes it an ideal outing for people of all ages.

The park comprises four traditional Disney theme lands. Main Street, USA marks the entrance and is popular for its daily Disney Parade. The largest is Adventureland which offers an array of exciting activities and hosts the “Festival of the Lion King” show. Fantasyland features the Fantasy Gardens peopled with popular Disney characters and the Sleeping Beauty Castle. The futuristic Tomorrowland is the latest of its kind with new and updated versions of attractions that truly transports its visitors in time. Three other theme lands titled; Grizzly Gulch which will be similar to Critter Country and Frontierland, Mystic Point which presents the supernatural and Toy Story Land are scheduled to be opened by 2013.

Hong Kong Disneyland takes great care to ensure its visitors enjoyable entertainment. In addition to its daily day time shows and the Disney Parade it also has a nightly segment of fireworks called Disney in the Stars. The illuminations and crackers truly add an ethereal look of magical beauty to the park at night. Special seasonal shows such as Haunted Halloween, Sparkling Christmas and Disney’s Chinese New Year are held annually in keeping with the spirit of the times and offering a perennial source of family entertainment.

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