Hong Kong Disneyland’s blend of Chinese culture and classic Disney separates it from its sister parks throughout the world. Explore Hong Kong’s largest theme park to discover rides, shows, and restaurants that bring famous Disney characters to life to life, including Mickey Mouse, Frozen’s Elsa, and more.
Hong Kong Disney’s seven themed areas offer a range of attractions to suit the whole family. Stroll through Main Street USA, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch, and Mystic Point to discover classic Disneyland favorites, as well as more recent additions. Thrill seekers can get their kicks on rides like Hyperspace Mountain or the RC Racer, while little ones can enjoy the park’s carousels, play areas, and parades.
Skip the long lines at Hong Kong’s biggest theme park with advanced booking available online, or for more an even more seamless experience, opt for a package that includes transportation by ferry, boat, or train. Combine your visit with other regional highlights, such as Macau, known as the Las Vegas of Asia, or Ocean Park, another Hong Kong theme park. A number of tours offer efficient multi-day excursions.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Disneyland Hong Kong is a must for theme-park enthusiasts and Disney fans.
- Don’t forget your comfy shoes and sunscreen, as Hong Kong can be very hot and the park is very big.
- Booking tickets beforehand can help to avoid long entry lines.
- Hong Kong Disneyland aims to be disability-friendly, and the majority of its facilities and attractions are fully accessible.
- The park also provides inductive loops, tactile maps, and a shuttle service for guests with disabilities.
How to Get There
Located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland has its own MTR station, with direct and frequent services from Sunny Bay station. As with all major cities, driving can be time consuming, and parking isn’t cheap. Take advantage of tours offering round-trip transportation to avoid the hassle.
When to Get There
The park is open year round, but be aware that between May and October, Hong Kong is significantly hot, humid, and stormy. Winter tends to bring more temperate weather, along with Halloween- and Christmas-themed entertainment.
A friendly rivalry exists between Hong Kong’s two largest theme parks, with some professing Ocean Park’s thrill-seeking superiority, while others attest to Hong Kong Disneyland’s family-friendly advantage. If you find yourself with a spare day in HK, why not take the opportunity to experience both and make up your own mind.