Disadvantages Not very big
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Hong Kong Disneyland is situated on Lantau Island where it was built on reclaimed land. It was opened in 2005 and covers approximately 100 acres though expansion plans are in the pipeline this is the smallest of the Disneyland resorts. It is very easy to get to from Hong Kong as the MTR runs there with the last leg of the journey from Sunny Bay station being on a Disney themed train with Mickey windows and hand pull also in the shape of Mickeys head which the children loved.
It is laid out like most Disney parks you enter and arrived first at the
Attractions available here are the Jungle River Cruise which is a feature in most disney parks and very enjoyable they have two queues one English speaking and the other Chinese so we had no queue which was great.
Rafts to Tarzans Treehouse then Tarzans treehouse itself which is an interactive playhouse.
Festival of the Lion King was on in the theatre of the Wild and was a very good show.
There is also a Restaurant ,Café and shop in this area.
Home to Space Mountain a high speed roller coaster can not comment as a passed on this one. Other attractions include Stitch encounter which claims to never have the same show twice. Orbitron where you can pilot your own flying saucer UFO zone an interactive play area. Autopia drive electric cars into the future or help Buzz Lightyear save the planet in Astro Blasters. This was not my favourite area of the park I am too big a woose, but it had the best food after a choice of noodles and wok dishes it was lovely to get a really healthy salad with of course burger or fried chicken!! There are also shops in this area too.
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