A very unofficial guide to Disneyland Hong Kong

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Disneyland Hong Kong is much smaller than the original park in California – but that doesn’t mean you can’t have just as much fun. Here’s a look at a few things to consider before you arrive to ensure you make the most out of your visit…

Fast Facts:

Located: on Lantau Island

Getting There: Take MTR to Sunny Bay Station, switch to Disneyland Resort Line

Price: 1 day tickets $60 for adults, $40 for kids

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A (very) Unofficial Guide to Disneyland Hong Kong

Only Go on the Best Rides

Let’s face it – this themepark is geared to kids who haven’t hit double digits. Chances are if you’re reading this you have.

The best rides (in order) include:

Big Grizzly RollercoasterIt won’t warrant a throwing of your hands in the air but it is a small thrill and a great chance to cool off from the Hong Kong humidity.

Space MountainThis indoor rollercoaster is a lot of fun and pretty crafty if you ask me.

RC RacerDubbed the ‘biggest thrill’ for HK Disneyland, this is one of the newer rides and definitely worth a try or two (or three).

Mad Hatter Tea CupsI’d suggest you give the tea cups a go BEFORE lunch – lots of fun if you have a few friends with you.

Toy Soldier Parachute DropNot much of a thrill but a good view from the top – be sure to face the park side to get a good overview.

A mandatory Disney selfie

A mandatory Disney selfie

Don’t forget to take a few Familiar Photos

Mickey Ice cream selfie – check

Photo with the Sleeping Beauty castle – check

Main Street USA – check

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Don’t act your age

As previously mentioned, the HK Disneyland was clearly designed with a younger crowd in mind – but don’t let that deter you, embrace it! Take the chance to act anything but your age and have fun with it. After all, it is the happiest place on earth.

Splurge on unnecessary gifts

The gift shops and souveniers at HK Disneyland are incredibly well priced for quality merchandise. Be sure to stock up and take some fun trinkets home to remember your day by.

Don’t overdo it

While you should definitely go and make the most of your visit, know when it’s time to leave. Once you’ve seen and done everything you came to see and do, head back to Hong Kong and enjoy half a day of leisure after a busy day with the crowds. Leaving before the 4-6pm rush will also mean you get back to your hotel without the added stress of crowds – especially when peak hour hits on the MTR (6-8pm).


World of Wanderlust was welcomed as a guest to HK Disneyland with the Hong Kong Tourism Board for ‘summer fun in Hong Kong’.

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    Nancy from china
    May 16, 2015 at 12:54 pm

    I love tavelling too!I’m a Chinese girl and you now have a chinese fan..haha I’ve ever been to Disneyland Hong Kong twice. it’s wonderful !

    Betty J. Ogburn
    June 28, 2014 at 12:39 am

    …Way to embrace your inner-child!!…

    June 28, 2014 at 12:04 am

    I’ve only ever been to the one in California (and I was 6 years old, so I don’t remember much) but I was able to go to the Harry Potter WB Studios in London with my best friend in March – probably one of my top 3 “theme park” experiences ever!

    June 27, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    I love Disneyland! One of my goals is to visit all the Disney Parks in the world. Been to 3 out of 5 so far, including California, Paris and Hong Kong which you can see here