Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Hong Kong Disneyland.


We finally made it to the "happiest place on earth" in Hong Kong. I'm not sure who was more excited, my kids or myself! This was the first time for the three of us to make it to any Disney theme park. With the kids out for a couple weeks for the Christmas holiday, we figured this would be the perfect time to go.


Here in Hong Kong, Disneyland has it's own rail line and as soon as we saw the train pull into the station the kids were ecstatic. The windows of the train were in the shape of Mickey's silhouette, the long bench was cushioned {typically benches on the train are just hard plastic to sit on}, there were Disney character figurines encased in glass, and the ring to hold onto while you're standing was in the iconic shape of Mickey Mouse's head. 


There was plenty to do and see at the park. We had intentionally chosen to visit during a weekday when the crowds are thinner and the lines shorter. After spending a full twelve hours there, we still did not get to ride every single ride or see every single thing. There is an incredible amount to do and discover at Disneyland.


One of our neighbor's gave us a great tip when purchasing tickets for Disneyland Hong Kong. You can purchase the ticket for the day and at the end of the night, you can upgrade your current ticket to a seasonal pass. Bonus for us, we were able to take advantage of a Hong Kong resident discount that is valid until the January 10, 2015.


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