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The Hong Kong Disneyland
The Hong Kong Disneyland opened on the 12th September 2005 is the fifth Disneyland resort area in the world and the second in Asia. The resort area located at Penny’s Bay of Lantau Island is built and operated by a joint venture company (The HK International Theme Parks) formed by the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Walt Disney Company. Phase One of the Resort Area has reserved spaces for extension of the Disneyland and the construction of a third theme hotel. Since 2018, the expansion project for the castle has been started and completed it at the end of 2020, transforming the castle into today's Castles of Magic Dreams. In front of the new castle, a stage, moat and audience area are added, and the gate is carved with Bauhinia, integrating Hong Kong elements. A wonderful dream castle story exhibition is added to introduce tourists to the story and process of the renovation of the castle. The road surface of the park is wide and flat, and there are many facilities in the park that can facilitate mobility and wheelchair users. It is very suitable for the disabled and healthy to visit.
(Last updated: 13/1/2022)
MTR Disneyland Resort Station Exits A
Tuen Mun Station Bus Terminus← →Disneyland
Tai Wai Station Bus Terminus← →Disneyland
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Main Street, U.S.A.
The whole Disneyland is mainly divided into seven theme areas, including Main Street, U.S.A., For Adventureland, For Fantasyland, For Tomorrowland, Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch and Mystic Point. Once entering the Hong Kong Disneyland, visitors would be at the Main Street, U.S.A. where all shops, restaurants and the Guest Relations are centralized. In the Main Street, there are regular parades and time session for taking pictures with cartoon figures which visitors should not miss.
Short comment: Available at the Guest Relations in the Main Street are wheelchairs and strollers rental, and storage locker for the convenience of visitors.
Mickey’s PhilharMagic is shown at the 3D Drama Theatre located inside Fantasyland. With the 3D spectacles, visitors can enjoy the songs and plot of various Disney classic movies. In addition, the theatre also provides with other special sensory effects such as fragrance, wind-blowing, and water splash. Inside the theatre are wheelchair spaces which staff will lead the way for wheelchair users.
“It’s a small world”
“It’s a small world” is a water tour. If the width of the electric wheelchair does not exceed the specified size, it does not need to be transferred from the wheelchair to the passenger carrying tool, and can directly board the ship for sightseeing. The staff will assist in boarding the designated position. Due to the limited position, wheelchair users may need to wait for a while After boarding the sightseeing boat, along the way are about 500 dolls portraying different races and dressed in costumes of various countries singing the song “it’s a small world” in different languages. “It’s a small world” also consists of famous landmarks and constructions from different countries. “It’s a small world” of the Hong Kong Disneyland holds the largest Asian exhibition zone amongst the others in the world, which includes the beautiful view of Victoria Harbor, the Great Wall and the Tian Tan (the Altar of Heaven). Unique amongst others are the female actress puppets of the Chinese opera. Besides, there are the newly-added middle-east area and the newly-designed North American district.
Jungle River Cruise
Upon entering the covered boathouse dock at the front of the attraction, choose one of 3 queues indicating the language spoken by your skipper—Cantonese, Putonghua or English, and then board the ship in order. Under the captain's humorous navigation, you can explore the hidden tropical rain forest. You will encounter elephants, orangutans and hippos that haunt at any time, or encounter hunters, and even get splashed in the process.
Other recreational facilities
There is many other recreational facilities in the Hong Kong Disneyland, including Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle! And so on, each with different arrangements for wheelchair users. Below are arrangements of some of these facilities. Besides, visitors should take care of one’s health conditions to judge whether some exciting facilities are suitable for them.
|Recreational facilities requiring transfer
from wheelchairs to passenger carrying tools
|Recreational facilities requiring no transfer
from wheelchairs to passenger carrying tools
● Dumbo the Flying Elephant
● Mad Hatter Tea Cups
● Hyperspace Mountain
● RC Racer
● Toy Soldier Parachute Drop
● Slinky Dog Spin
● Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars
● Main Street Vehicles● Iron Man Experience
● Cinderella Carousel
● Fantasy Gardens
● Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad
● “It’s a small world”
● The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
● Rafts to Tarzan's Treehouse
● Mickey’s PhilharMagic
● Jungle River Cruise
● Mystic Manor
● Festival of the Lion King
● Art of Animation
● Barrel of Fun
● Garden of Wonders
● Geyser Gulch
● Liki Tikis
● Animation Academy
● Mickey and the Wondrous Book
● Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle!
1. Opening hours and fares of Disneyland
Since Disneyland will have different opening hours on different days and may not be open to the public every day, it is recommended that you check the details online in advance, and the general opening hours are 10:30 am to 7:30 pm.
|General Admission Ticket (aged 12-64)||$639|
|Child Ticket (aged 3-11)||$475|
|Elderly (aged 65 or above) or Holders of JoyYou Card||$100|
|Holders of Disability Registration Certificate||$447|
Note: visitors need to make an appointment in advance. For details, please browse to the following website
2. Time schedule of the Disneyland
For full use of time in the Disneyland, visitors are suggested to obtain before departure from the Disneyland’s website or soon after arriving at the Disneyland a copy of time schedule and map to have an idea about the opening hours of various facilities and other show time of that day.
3. Regulations of the Disneyland
Visitors’ hand-carries would be checked by staff for security reasons before entering the Disneyland. Besides, all foods and drinks cannot be brought into the Disneyland.
4. Guests with Special Needs
The Disney has various services for Guests with special needs such as Audio Guides, Braille Guidebook, Sign Language interpretation and Wheelchair rental. For details, please browse to the park website https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/guest-services/.
5. Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre
Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre is another scenery spot near the Disneyland, which could be reached by passing through the coach carpark after exiting at MTR Disneyland Resort Station. Inside the centre is an artificial lake covering area of 12 acres, jogging trail, children playground, customer service centre and Arboretum.
Parking Spaces Designated for the Disabled
|Hong Kong Disneyland||Hong Kong Disneyland car park (Parking Fee)|