It was only after couple of years later that I’d decided to make my 1st visit in 2007. I went with very low expectation but I’d enjoyed myself so much that I’d decided that won’t be my last. So here I was again, making my 2nd trip to Disneyland HK.
Pamper yourself with Disney-themed amenities as you slumber in one of the rooms in Disneyland Hollywood Hotel. If you’re a Disney fan like me, you’ll go crazy with all the room décor & freebies……
As most rides do not allow photo-taking inside, you won't be seeing any here. However, do take advantage of the many photo sessions with your fave characters at no cost at all @ the Fantasy Gardens.
Discover your talent by learning to draw characters like Mickey Mouse @ the Animation Academy.
Characters coming alive during Parade @ Main Street USA, a must-watch!
Go crazy shopping for your beloved Disney stuff!
B’fast Tim-sum @ Crystal Lotus, approx HK$200. Besides having your food served in cute Disney shapes & sizes, you’ll also get to “dine” with your Disney Characters.
This time, we’d to join the long queues in the scorching sun to enter the park the next day. Bad choice. So if you wanna skip the queue, be sure to book your Disney b’fast before you go.
If you’re staying @ the Hollywood Hotel, be sure to check out the nice scenery outside the hotel. There’s a gate at the back of the hotel when you can sneak in & out to the seaside.
My hubby likes to stroll along the lush landscape of Disney’s garden-like promenade in the night. The ambience is very romantic especially with your loved ones.
As we’d a full-day out in the park, coupled with the fact that my legs were too tired due to the endless shopping before we were here, I didn’t want to take the walk. But I relented after hubby’s persistence. When my legs couldn’t take it anymore, Ken had to piggy-back me to the hotel from the garden :)
Here's leaving you with shots of fireworks taken with iphone.
If you haven’t read my other posts on HK, you may like to start from Day 1 @ Famous Mak’s Wanton Noodle, Hong Kong!