UPDATE ON NEW ATTRACTIONS, RIDES, FIREWORKS AND SHOWS – ‘Arendelle’ – the world of ‘Frozen’, awaited by many, is expected to open in December 2021. It will be located between ‘It’s a Small World’ and ‘Toy Story Land’ and have a roller coaster ‘Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs’ that sweeps riders through the kingdom of Arendelle.
The Sleeping Beauty Castle is still going through a makeover but the new ‘Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique’ that opened in 2019 has Fairy Godmothers-in-Training taking your child on her own princess makeover journey.
Hong Kong Disneyland unveiled ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp – Nano Battle’ in 2019 and a Moana-themed attraction and stage show in May 2018. Meanwhile, the nightly fireworks display remains suspended due to an ongoing expansion that is seen continuing till 2023.
‘Are you crazy?’, ‘It can’t be done’ – dreams and imagination routinely evoke such statements from a world rooted in cold facts. Disney won’t have any of that questioning though – from a genie in a bottle to clocks with feelings, the brand brings to life impossible scenarios and lovable characters that keep you believing in fantasies. After all, imagination shouldn’t die as shoe sizes change. But before I move on to the guide and review that covers all you need to know about Hong Kong Disneyland including a list of rides and shows, let me elaborate just a bit more on why adults should visit.