Asking for advice-Disneyland HK

We are going to Disney HK in 3 weeks to celebrate various birthdays (primarily E’s).  I’ve booked the birthday add ons for the room (streamers, balloons and such), the meals with characters, the birthday cake to be given at a meal, and a princess makeover for E

Staying at the Disneyland HK Hotel, 3 days 2 nights.

Also worth noting-the halloween thing will be happening

Apart from that—lay it on me–tips, tricks, advice, warnings–GO!

Disneyland, Anaheim, California (USA)-2005

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4 Responses to Asking for advice-Disneyland HK

  1. Ireen says:

    Been to Disneyland HK several times. My advice would be to keep an open mind…especially with the hoards of tourists/spoil kids/crazy parents from the Mainland. They have different concepts of courtesy, personal space, and manners (and hygiene). I’ve seen it all and it’s not pretty.

    [I’m an expat from the US (Pasadena CA), lived in Shanghai the past 3 yrs, now in Singapore). Your blog has the MOST valuable information and observations. I also enjoy your writing. Thank you for sharing your experiences. After your last entry, my new mantra is: If she can travel 16+ hrs with 2 kids, what am I complaining about?]

  2. Elly says:

    Hiyah! Hope I’m not too late – I wrote a blog post about going to Disney HK with my 2 year old niece: We’ll definitely be going back because I think Disney HK is perfect for below 6 year olds. It’s got just the right amount of walking, there are LOTS of characters to take pictures with (so the advice is to buy an autograph and a pen) and the rides are fairly mild. You can finish the park before 3 pm so might be good to go back to the hotel to sleep / swim before heading back for the fireworks. I love Chinese food so the food in HK Disney wins hands down (and definitely beats hotdogs and burgers in DisneyWorld). If you’re sitting on the Jungle Cruise, there are 3 queues – 1 for Mandarin, Cantonese and English. It was quite bad sitting through the Mandarin ride even though I sort of understand Mandarin so I highly recommend queuing for the English ride. Have a great trip! – Audrey

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