Anyone who’s experienced either of the Disney Magic Kingdom resorts in the United States will feel a sense of déjà vu when walking in to Hong Kong Disneyland. The Disney franchise has stayed true to form with a topnotch amusement park experience combining a few classic attractions, like Space Mountain and the Jungle Cruise with some new offerings, like the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop in the newly opened Toy Story Land. The park is split into six themed areas: Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch and Adventureland.
While smaller in both size and number of attractions than its counterparts in the West, Hong Kong Disneyland continues to expand in its location on Lantau Island. The park has its own station along the Hong Kong MTR, the Disneyland Resort Station, making it easily accessible from nearly anywhere in Hong Kong. Weekdays have the lightest crowds, but no matter when you visit, remember to pick up a Fast Pass for the big attractions you don’t want to miss to avoid having to wait in line.