Thursday, June 6, 2019

Day 3 - Hongkong Disneyland 2019

When you come with kids to Hongkong, surely the number one activities on your list is the HK Disneyland.

The Disneyland needs no further introduction as it has been there for over a decades and we've been there a couple of times in the past too when we were younger but with kids it's a brand new experience overall for them and for us.

As usual, we planned strategically to come during the weekdays on a non school holiday period in HK and it was much a relief, even though the crowd was still "too many" in my opinion.

But judging from the queue that we have to wait for our turns, we knew exactly that this was the right time to go. On average, we waited about 20 to 30 minutes for each game, with the longest waiting time at 40 minuts for Winnie and Pooh. On a peak season, Winnie and Pooh can get to nearly 2.5 hours waiting time.

Today's theme is on Donald Duck so we planned on wearing the Donald Duck costume for the kids. And they looked incredibly cute with the costume.




The park opens at 10am and we got there slightly after that in the morning and there was already crowd surging past the entrance.

It was a very hot sunny day and oh boy it was scorching real hot we could feel it right under our skin.




Once we entered, we quickly went to the Tomorrow Land, which was an area that was filled with some futuristic tech activities.

There was a new items on the list with Iron Man Stark Experience and Ant Man stealing the show.

We did get to try the Ant Man which you have to sit in a moving vehicle and a gun in your hand to score points. The kids really love this one and it was real modern science tech fun.





After Tomorrow Land, we proceeded up north into Fantasy land where it is more suitable for us since my youngest is barely 2 years old and I am glad he is enjoying Disneyland.

It's a Small small world is a must because its classic and the waiting time is always short. The best part is there is an aircon inside so it was a good nice place to double up as a rest.



We headed for nearby lunch after that which we ordered a lunch set together with drinks. As usual, food and drinks inside are a rip off but visitors don't get much choise beyond what was given I guess.

After lunch, we proceeded to Winnie the Pooh which we waited for about 40 minutes. This was fast considering how we once waited for 2. 5 hours in the past to take this ride.



Next we headed to the rest of the other games which was convenient and doesn't have to get too much queue as the weather was getting hotter and we didn't have much energy left to finish the whole park this time.








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