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Hong Kong Disneyland

Park Opening Hours:
10:00 to 21:00 (weekends);10:30 to 21:00 (weekdays)
The firework Show: 20:00 at the Sleeping Beauty Castle
Flights of Fantasy Parade: 15:30 (weekdays); 13:00, 16:00 (weekends)
Thinker Bell Castle Illumination: 19:30
Park Tickets:
General (aged 12-64):HK$ 450 for One-Day Ticket ;HK$ 585 for Two-Day Ticket.
Child (aged 3-11):HK$ 320 for One-Day Ticket ;HK$ 415 for Two-Day Ticket.
Senior (aged 65 or above):HK$ 100 for One-Day Ticket ;HK$ 170 for Two-Day Ticket.
Ways to purchase the tickets:
1. Book online through the official website of Hong Kong Disneyland.
2. Purchase the tickets on the day of visit at the Main Entrance (of Hong Kong Disneyland) Ticket Booths or Guest Relations Windows, opening daily from one hour before the park opens.
3. Purchase tickets at the Hong Kong Disneyland Ticket Express located at the MTR Hong Kong Station (Tung Chung Line Concourse). Opening hour: 09:00-21:00 on Monday to Friday, 09:00-17:00 on weekends and public holidays.
4. Hotel guests of Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel or Disney's Hollywood Hotel can has ticket reserved at front desk during visit.
5. From now until October 31, 2011, visitors can purchase tickets from the ticketing booth at Level P2 of the Peak Tower, which opens daily from 12:00 to 21:00.

How to Get There

1)By Disney Resort MTR Line: Travel by Hong Kong MTR network and change for Disney Resort Line at Sunny Bay Station. It takes about 23 minutes from HK International Airport, 30 minutes from MTR Kowloon Station and 33 minutes from MTR Hong Kong Station. The MTR line operates from Sunny Bay from 06:15 - 00:45, from Disneyland Resort Station from 06:20 - 00:40. The frequency is about 4-10 minutes.
2)By Bus: Bus R11 (to North Point) and R22 (to Yau Tong) operate daily 15 - 45 minutes after the fireworks display in the evening, Bus R33 (to Tuen Mun Railway Station) and R42 (to Tai Wai Railway Station) operate 20 minutes after the fireworks display. In Sundays and public holidays, Bus R33 and R42 run from Tuen Mun and Tai Wai to Disneyland Resort Public Transportation Interchange at 09:00, 09:20 and 09:45. Visitors can also take any 'A' or 'E' bus routes to Lantau Link Toll Plaza and change with route R8, which runs every 10-25 minutes from 06:00-00:05 to the site.
3)By Cross-boundary Bus: There is shuttle coach service from Huanggang to Disneyland from Monday to Friday & public holidays.
4)By Taxi: Three types of taxis provide services to and from Disneyland, Urban Taxi (red), New Territories Taxi (green) and Lantau Taxi (blue). Blue one is the cheapest but only operates in all areas in Lantau Island. Red one can operate in almost all over Hong Kong, but the most expensive.


Located on reclaimed land in Sunny Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland Park is the 11th Theme Park organized by Disneyland International Cooperation and is the first theme park modeled the Disneyland Resort In California (including the Sleeping Beauty Castle). The theme park covers an area of 126.82 hectares. It is the world's 5th Disneyland and the world's smallest Disneyland. Hong Kong MTR has opened dedicated railway Disney line between Sunny Bay Station and Disneyland Resort Station which is the world's second railway line to and from Disneyland.

Facilities in Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland has some unique attractions, two Disney theme hotels, and colorful shopping, eating and entertainment facilities. There are four main parts in the park: Main Street U.S.A, Fantasy land, Tomorrow land and Adventure land. The theme park's cast members use English and Chinese, including Cantonese and Mandarin dialects, to communicate verbally. Guide Maps are printed in both Traditional and Simplified characters, Japanese, and in English.

In addition to the well-known classic Disney stories and recreation facilities, Hong Kong Disneyland has designed some Hong Kong local characteristic recreation facilities, entertainment and cruise which is to match up with Hong Kong's cultural characteristics. In the theme park, you can also find a Disney cartoon characters Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, Mulan, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty Princess, etc.


  • One of Hong Kong's two large theme parks.
  • The newest Disneyland in the world.
  • Great place for family tours.
  • Located on Lantau Island that is mostly parks, peaks, some empty beaches and coastline - a place to get out for outdoor recreation.


Hong Kong Disneyland is the Walt Disney Company's fifth Disneyland resort. In 1998, the Walt Disney Company and the government of Hong Kong announced their intention to construct it. It is the company's second Asian resort. One was built earlier in Tokyo. The resort first opened in 2005, but the resort didn't draw as many visitors as the company expected, and the company has been losing money. Ocean Park on Hong Kong Island remained Hong Kong's favorite theme park, and it attracts mainland Chinese and younger people with new thrill rides and cheaper tickets. The three new theme lands that are set to open in 2014 called Grizzly Trail, Mystic Point, and Toy Story Land will increase the total completed area only a little. New accommodations are planned to add to the 1,000 rooms in the two Disney luxury hotels.

Nearby Attractions

Central District is interesting architecturally because there are ultra-modern buildings near Victorian-era colonial buildings and old Chinese architecture - -all within walking distance. In the small area around the bay are four of the world's tallest buildings. You can see the old British architecture at Hong Kong Park and at St. Paul's Cathedral. Hong Kong Park and Hong Kong Botanical and Zoological Gardens are unusually good and free public parks and zoos that are also within walking distance in Central.

Hong Kong has two other theme parks. The most popular theme park in Hong Kong is called Ocean Park. It is on the southern shore of Hong Kong Island, and it is close to Central District. Noah's Ark is the newest theme park. It is on the small island of Ma Wan off Lantau Island very close to the Disneyland resort. One of the biggest bridges in the world that connects Ma Wan with Tsing Yi on the mainland of Hong Kong is called Hong Kong Tsing Ma Bridge. It is a tourist destination in itself. You can see the bridge from Noah's Ark since it is next to the resort.

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