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HK Day 5 – Disneyland

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Hong Kong Disneyland was the most enjoyable day during my trip to Hong Kong.

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland.

We’ve been hearing some bad comments from the locals including a few taxi drivers.

“Disneyland is so small you could finish it in half a day, better go to Ocean Park.”

However, we were so glad that we insisted to go because Hong Kong Disneyland was simply awesome.

Day 5 - Magical journey at Hong Kong Disneyland.

Who says Hong Kong Disneyland is small? We can’t even finish it in a single day!

Main Street, U.S.A. at Hong Kong Disneyland.

We reached there around 10 AM and stayed until the very last show at 8 PM.

Camwhore at the entrance before we enter Hong Kong Disneyland.

Hong Kong Disneyland has four main themed areas. Referring to the map below, the themed areas are Main Street U.S.A. (bottom/brown), Adventureland (left/blue), Fantasyland (top/pink) and Tomorrowland (right/orange).

Kah Wai showing the map of Hong Kong Disneyland.

Your visit to Hong Kong Disneyland is not complete if you never watch these two amazing musicals.

The first musical is “The Golden Mickeys” showing at the “Storybook Theatre” at the Fantasyland. The second musical is “The Festival of the Lion King” showing at the “Theatre in the Wild” at the Adventureland.

I’ve recorded both musicals with my Nikon D90. I had to shorten it to 15 mins due to YouTube’s limit. Enjoy the videos.

The Golden Mickeys

"The Golden Mickeys" showing at the "Storybook Theatre" at the Fantasyland.

The Festival of the Lion King

"Festival of the Lion King" showing at the "Theater in the Wild" at the Adventureland.

Mickey’s WaterWorks Parade

Since it was summertime, Hong Kong Disneyland had a special parade which is the “Mickey’s WaterWorks Parade”.

Mickey's WaterWorks Parade.

All the vehicles and characters were actually spraying water everywhere. We had to hide our cameras whenever we saw any water gun pointing at us.

Mickey's WaterWorks Parade.

We were all wet but it was totally fun and it really does help to bring down the heat.

Cheng Lam, Sophea and I got wet after the parade.

Disney in the Stars Fireworks

After dinner, we found ourself a nice spot right in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle to view the fireworks show “Disney in the Stars”.

Hong Kong Disneyland Fireworks.

The fireworks started at 8 PM sharp everyday and it lasts for 10 mins.

Hong Kong Disneyland Fireworks

The fireworks co-ordinated to classic Disney music was simply mind blowing and jaw dropping.

Goodbye Disneyland

The fireworks was the last show for the day before the park closed and it somehow officially brought us to a happy ending of our magical Disneyland journey.

Hong Kong Series

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CommentNo. 1

Ted28 September 20109:47 AM

Finally, the much long awaited final post of the HK trip 🙂

Author’s CommentNo. 2

Dennis Lee28 September 201010:20 AM

Yeah, finally got time to finish it. Actually still have 1 more post Day 6. But I can’t remember what I was suppose to write already. Maybe I’ll just delete it :p Hahaha…

CommentNo. 3

Oridusartic7 October 201010:40 PM

Fireworks, parade, disney… I’m so going to Disneyland someday!

Btw, these HK series posts really encourage me to start arranging a plan for a trip to Hongkong. xD

Author’s CommentNo. 4

Dennis Lee8 October 20104:48 PM

Hehehe… it was a wonderful and magical journey. Must go!

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