Hong Kong Disneyland


Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Since Hong Kong Disneyland Resort opened on September 12, 2005, it has entertained more than 50 million guests from Hong Kong, mainland China, Southeast Asia and farther abroad. As the first Disney resort in China, it features award-winning, first-of-its-kind entertainment offerings and guest services specially-designed for an international guest base, all brought to life by the resort’s multilingual Cast.

Three new themed lands have been added since opening: Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch and Mystic Point. In 2014, the state-of-the-art “Disney Paint the Night” parade launched. In 2015, new offerings opened to celebrate the 10th anniversary, like the “Mickey and the Wondrous Book” stage show, the walk-through Fairy Tale Forest attraction presented by PANDORA and the enhanced “Disney in the Stars” Fireworks with a castle projection show.


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Since opening, Hong Kong Disneyland has added several innovative and classic attractions and offerings, including “it’s a small world,” Autopia, Stitch Encounter, UFO Zone, Art of Animation, Animation Academy, as well as the Flights of Fantasy parade. Toy Story Land opened in November 2011. Grizzly Gulch, the first themed area of its kind at any of our parks around the world, opened in July 2012. Mystic Point, home to one of the most sophisticated trackless ride systems ever built by Disney, opened in May 2013.

In 2014, the resort unveiled the first-of-its-kind “Disney Paint the Night” parade, a technologically advanced wonder that lights up the parade route every night with incredible colors. The parade immerses guests in luminescent worlds through seven creative floats featuring classic Disney and Disney•Pixar characters. This colorful feast for the eyes boasts more than 740,000 individual LED lights.

The “Happily Ever After” 10th anniversary lifted the curtain on “Mickey and the Wondrous Book,” the enhanced “Disney in the Stars” Fireworks and Fairy Tale Forest presented by PANDORA. These will be followed by the opening of Disney’s first Marvel-themed area in late 2016 with Iron Man Experience, a 3-D motion-based simulator attraction that allows guests to fight alongside Iron Man against the forces of evil across the streets and skies of Hong Kong.

Disney Explorers Lodge, the resort’s third hotel, will offer guests a uniquely Disney resort-style experience dedicated to the spirit of exploration. It will have 750 rooms once it opens in 2017, bringing the resort’s total to 1,750. The hotel will also showcase a variety of cultures from around the world.

Following in The Walt Disney Company’s tradition of service, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has devoted considerable resources—both in-kind support and volunteer hours—to improving the community. In financial year 2015, Disney VoluntEARS contributed over 9,000 hours of service.

In financial year 2015, we cooperated with 150 NGOs for various programs and services. We’ve also welcomed more than 100,000 underprivileged guests to the park. These include programs like the Hospital Play Service in support of hospitalized children and the Community Built Playground that lets children and family members have fun with natural materials. In addition, we helped nurture theme park and tourism expertise by supporting the Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education of the Open University of Hong Kong to launch a two-year Higher Diploma in Resort and Theme Park Management.

Hong Kong has experienced substantial economic development related to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort. In financial year 2015, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort generated HK$9.3 billion, equal to $1.2 billion in the United States, of value added to the the United States equivalent to $1.2 billion, of value added to Hong Kong, equivalent to 42% of Hong Kong’s Gross Domestic Product.

In addition to the 7,800 Cast Members at Hong Kong Disneyland, a total of 20,900 jobs (in terms of man-years) were also created in financial year 2015, benefiting the city’s workforce in the travel and hospitality industry.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s extensive environmental initiatives include energy efficiency efforts, “green” purchasing, greenhouse gas reduction, water conservation, waste reduction and upcycling in the hotels and park. Our efforts also include reducing electricity consumption and recycling paper, plastic, food waste and non-traditional items.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Hotels


Hotels: Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hollywood Hotel (both owned and operated by Hong Kong Disneyland Resort)

Total Number of Hotel Rooms: 1,000

Convention Facilities: 1,500 square meters (16,145 square feet) of flexible convention and meeting space at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel.

The Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel exemplifies the romance and luxury of grand Victorian-style hotels in England, other parts of Europe and America. It is the resort’s flagship hotel, with six stories, 400 rooms and all the latest amenities. The hotel’s magical offerings include breakfast and dinner with Disney characters, Mickey Mouse wake-up calls and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique where girls ages 3-12 can be magically transformed into little princesses.

The hotel’s spectacular design, formal outdoor gardens and wedding gazebo make it the perfect venue for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings. The hotel houses 16 meeting and banquet rooms, including an 888 square meter pillar-free ballroom. Other facilities include the buffet-style Enchanted Garden Restaurant, fine dining at Crystal Lotus, the Grand Salon for high tea, Walt’s Cafe, the poolside Sea Breeze Bar, Kingdom Gifts, Storybook Playroom and two swimming pools.

Designed in Art Deco style with a whimsical Mickey Mouse-inspired motif, Disney’s Hollywood Hotel recalls the fun and glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The eight-story hotel overlooks Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and the South China Sea, with 600 guest rooms arranged around a garden courtyard filled with small scale Hollywood icons. Dining venues at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel include Chef Mickey, Hollywood & Dine, Piano Pool Bar, Studio Lounge and Sunset Terrace.

Recreational facilities include a piano-shaped swimming pool with slide and the Malibu Games room as well as a children’s play area, and spacious grounds for picnics, play or relaxation.

Inspiration Lake is the largest man-made lake in Hong Kong. The center also features an arboretum with shady trees, a jogging trail, unique plant life, and tricycles and watercraft for rent. The resort’s one million trees and shrubs are irrigated by a water conservation system that collects rainwater here, saving 70 percent on water use every year.

Hong Kong Disneyland Park


Opened September 12, 2005

Hong Kong Disneyland consists of seven themed lands and areas: Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch, and Mystic Point.

The centerpiece of the park is the Sleeping Beauty Castle, which has become one of the most photographed spots in Hong Kong.

Animation Academy, Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, Cinderella Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Fairy Tale Forest – Presented by PANDORA, Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad, Hyperspace Mountain, Iron Man Experience – Presented by AIA, Iron Man Tech Showcase – Presented by Stark Industries, “it’s a small world,” Jungle River Cruise, Liki Tikis, Mad Hatter Tea Cups, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Mickey’s PhilharMagic, Mystic Manor, Nostalgic Main Street Vehicles, Orbitron, RC Racer, Slinky Dog Spin, Star Wars: Command Post, Tarzan’s Treehouse, Toy Soldier Parachute Drop

“Disney in the Stars” Fireworks, “Disney Paint the Night” Parade, “Festival of the Lion King,” Flights of Fantasy Parade, Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, “Mickey and the Wondrous Book”

Clopin’s Festival of Foods, Comet Cafe, Explorer’s Club Restaurant, Lucky Nugget Saloon, Main Street Corner Cafe hosted by Coca-Cola®, Market House Bakery, Outdoor Vending Cart, Plaza Inn, River View Cafe, Royal Banquet Hall, Small World Ice Cream, Starliner Diner, Tahitian Terrace

Andy’s Toy Box, Center Street Boutique, Emporium, Expo Shop, Main Street Cinema: My Journeys with Duffy – Presented by Fujifilm, Main Street Jewelers Presented by PANDORA, Merlin’s Treasures, Pooh Corner, Professor Porter’s Trading Post, Space Traders, Star Command Suppliers, Storybook Shoppe, The Archive Shop, Town Square Photo