Shanghai Disney Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort, the first Disney resort in Mainland China, is a place where friends and families can escape together to a whole new world of fantasy, imagination, creativity, and adventure. The resort is home to the Shanghai Disneyland theme park with six themed lands; two themed hotels – Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Toy Story Hotel; Disneytown, a large shopping, dining, and entertainment district with a Broadway-style theater; Wishing Star Park and other outdoor recreation areas. Shanghai Disneyland is a Magic Kingdom-style theme park featuring classic Disney storytelling and characters but with authentic cultural touches and themes tailored specifically for the people of China.

Shanghai Disney Resort offers something for everyone – thrilling adventures, lush gardens where guests can relax together, and enriching interactive experiences, all with the world-class guest service that Disney is known for around the globe.

Shanghai Disneyland Theme Park

Opened: June 16, 2016Shanghai Disneyland features six themed lands: Adventure Isle, Gardens of Imagination, Mickey Avenue, Tomorrowland, Treasure Cove and Fantasyland. The centerpiece of the park is the iconic Enchanted Storybook Castle, the tallest, largest and most interactive castle that represents all the Disney princesses. In 2018, Shanghai Disneyland will expand with the opening of Toy Story Land.
Alice in Wonderland Maze, Buzz Lightyear Planet Rescue, Camp Discovery, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Explorer Canoes, Fantasia Carousel, Hunny Pot Spin, Jet Packs, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Marvel Universe, “Once Upon a Time” Adventure, Peter Pan’s Flight, Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure, Roaring Rapids, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Shipwreck Shore, Soaring Over the Horizon, Star Wars Launch Bay, Stitch Encounter, TRON Lightcycle Power Run, Voyage to the Crystal Grotto.
Eye of the Storm: Captain Jack’s Stunt Spectacular, Frozen: A Sing-Along Celebration, Golden Fairytale Fanfare, Ignite the Dream: A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light, Mickey’s Storybook Express, Tarzan: Call of the Jungle.
Barbossa’s Bounty, Celebration Café, Chip & Dale’s Treehouse Treats, Fairy Godmother’s Cupboard, Il Paparino, Merlin’s Magic Recipe, Mickey & Pals Market Café, Pinocchio Village Kitchen, Piranha Bites, Remy’s Patisserie, Royal Banquet Hall, The Snackin’ Kraken, Spiral Snacks, Stargazer Grill, Tangled Tree Tavern, Tortuga Treats, Tribal Table, Wandering Moon Teahouse.
Avenue M Arcade, Be Our Guest Boutique, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, Fantasy Faire, Intergalactic Imports, Jolly Gypsy, The Light Stuff, Lucky Express, Marvel Mementos, Mickey & Minnie’s Mercantile, Mountainside Treasures, Power Supplies, Sweethearts Confectionary, Whistle Stop Shop.

Shanghai Disney Resort Hotels

Shanghai Disneyland contains two themed hotels.

Shanghai Disneyland Hotel is an elegant property infused with Art Nouveau design and touches of Disney magic, just a short distance from the theme park. Located along the shores of Wishing Star Lake, the hotel features 420 handsomely appointed guest rooms, many of which offer breathtaking views of the resort and the theme park’s landmark, Enchanted Storybook Castle. The hotel also offers four dining experiences, a themed merchandise shop, an indoor swimming pool, banquet facilities and a wedding pavilion.
Guests are transported into a toy-filled world at the Toy Story Hotel, just steps away from Disneytown.
Inspired by the Disney•Pixar series of “Toy Story” animated films, the hotel’s 800 guest rooms are spread across two themed wings – the Sheriff Woody Wing and Buzz Lightyear Wing. The hotel is built for fun, with character greetings, a food court dining experience, water-play area, gift shop and family activity center.

Additional Areas


Disneytown is an international shopping, dining and entertainment district adjacent to Shanghai Disneyland that is split into five unique sections: Marketplace, The Lakeshore, Spice Alley, Broadway Boulevard and Broadway Plaza. It includes the 1,200-seat Walt Disney Grand Theatre – home to the first-ever Mandarin production of the Broadway hit Disney’s THE LION KING – and the first World of Disney Store in Asia.

Wishing Star Park

Wishing Star Park is a 500,000-square-meter public recreational area with beautiful gardens, a walking path and a glittering lake. Young guests can enjoy the adventurous Dragonfly Playground, and families and friends can watch the night sky unfold at the Starlight Amphitheater for special events.