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Chok Ko Wan Tsui

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  • Day30

    Day 30: DISNEYLAND!!!

    June 27, 2017 in Hong Kong

    The bestest most magical day!

    Gill wasn't taking any queue jumping nonsense today - told a woman straight at the queue to our first ride 'Winnie the Pooh', and put a large shoving family in their place in the hustle and bustle of the (amazing) 'Festival of Lion King' show.

    A few of our favourite rides were 'Mystic Manor', 'Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine'... for Emma the Slinky Dog Spin', and for Gill it was nice to see 'It's a Small World' again. Emma very proud of Gill's willingness to brave the roller coasters and high rides - 'Toy Soldier Parachute Drop' and Star Wars 'Hyperspace Mountain' (where Gill's hilarious Wookiee impression and reference to the "smoking slug" occurred) were so worth it!

    Disaster struck around 11am... Emma's camera was full - quickly needed to go through the 3000 photos and make some room!

    Everybody should see a Disney parade at least once in their lifetime. They're so grand and happy and fill the whole streets with magic! Enjoyed the 'Flights of Fantasy Parade' in the afternoon, and ended the day with 'Disney Paint the Night' Parade followed by the grand finale: 'Disney in the Stars Firework Spectacular'. Wow. A wonderfully magical way to spend our last night of what has been a fantastic trip.

    Gill & Em x
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  • Day3

    Disneyland Hong Kong

    September 1, 2017 in Hong Kong

    Spontan entschließen wir uns noch einen halben Tag im Disneyland zu verbringen, da das mehr oder weniger auf dem Rückweg in Richtung City liegt. Der Park ist heute kaum besucht und daher halten sich die Wartezeiten sehr in Grenzen, weshalb uns der halbe Tag vollkommen ausreicht.
    Die Investition in die beiden Schirme vom Vortag erweist sich als goldrichtig, da es am Nachmittag einen heftigen Platzregen gibt, der uns sonst vermutlich bis auf die Knochen durchweicht hätte. 😅🌂Read more

  • Day4

    Hong Kong Disneyland

    May 29, 2017 in Hong Kong

    Ich finde ja für Vergnügungsparks ist man nie zu alt - und fürs Disneyland schon gar nicht. Also boarden wir heute Früh erneut die U-Bahn Richtung Lantau und machen uns auf den Weg zur Hongkonger Mickeymouse.

    Hier ist alles ein bisschen kleiner: der Park ist schell durchwandert, das Schloss sieht aus wie zu heiß gewaschen und die Big Thunder Mountain ist hier auch nicht big enough und heißt daher auch Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars. Das tut unserer Freude aber keinen Abbruch und wir verbringen einen großartig vergnüglichen Tag mit Mickey, Donald, Shows und Paraden - und vergleichsweise faulen 16km Herumgelaufe.Read more

  • Day205

    Disneyland

    March 22, 2017 in Hong Kong

    Mit 23 zum ersten mal im Disneyland....und es war magical! Die Paraden und das große Feuerwerk an Schluss waren fantastisch und es hat sich gelohnt unser letztes Geld hierfür rauszuhauen ;)
    Jetzt will ich definitiv den Vergleich zum Disneyland Paris sehen.

  • Day3

    Disney Land Hong Kong

    July 21, 2011 in Hong Kong

    http://www.travelark.org/travel-blog-entry/tofor85/4/1311292017

    Disneyland - Hong Kong, its just not exhilarating. It wont take your breath away, addict you or have you craving more, more, MORE. Its a decent enough novel experience. All the giddy, catchy and irritating Disney tunes are there; Aladdin, the little mermaid, beauty and the beast... songs you thought had died some years ago or been forgotten in childhood are back to drive their way into your skull. I'm not sure what the suicide count is on the 'its a small world' ride, but it must be in the millions. Hearing this song play about 348 times in succession is enough to drive the most hardened will to the brink of oblivion.
    We arrived around 11am. The attractions we managed to enjoy; Tarzan's Island, Space Mountain, the Lion King show, the 4d theatre show, an average fast food lunch, and that's actually about it. This took 7 hours for the record, the worst part being a lengthy, disgusting wait for the space mountain ride. Getting aboard, eventually, was actually pretty fun. The price we paid was a huge wait, with pushing, shoving primitive locals, who behaved with the manners and patience of animals. Even the staff were at times shocked, holding the beasts at bay.

    The 4d ride was awesome, really good quality 3d, smell, the feel of wind, water, to your Disney favorites. Leaving Disneyland, the skies being as blue as we'd seen them in Hong Kong, Nat and I elected to go straight for the peak lookout. We eventually got to the top via public bus 15C, and were treated with some great views. We were just in time, before a typical Hong Kong fog started to descend on the peak. We enjoyed a nice dinner, before descending ourselves on the 'Peak Tram' back to the ground of Hong Kong island. We adventured on foot through the streets at around midnight to Central station and were back home!
    An exhausting day in the end, but another good one :-)
    Tomorrow, Ocean Park, and perhaps an evening boat ride to soak up the city lights for our final night.
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Chok Ko Wan Tsui, 竹篙湾咀

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