Following the biking afternoon adventure around Lantau Island, I extended my stay in Hong Kong just a little bit more. My flight home to Manila was now scheduled in the evening.. so that left me with a good 5-6 hours at the park. That's more than enough time to get a few rides in.
If you go to Disneyland HK during summer months, get ready for the crowds and get ready to spend money on cold drinks all day to stay hydrated. It's the happiest, most crowded, AND most sweaty place on earth. Heat and hoards of people aside, it's still Disneyland. It's still so cool, regardless of age.
The park is smaller than Los Angeles, but it's slowly growing with many appealing attractions, like Toy Story Land, as well as an Iron Man Experience soon to come. There are also the familiar rides like Space Mountain and the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. There are about a handful of rides offering Fast Track tickets before lunch. It's so worth it. To cool down, there are also a fun variety of indoor rides and on-screen and live productions, like the Lion King.
Before the sun had a chance to set, I had to take off to catch my flight (where the airport is also on Lantau Island). If you go to the park and it's your first time, the fireworks show is amazing. There's something about fireworks in Asia that's so spectacular..
|A seas of umbrellas under the Hong Kong heat|
|Toy Story Land|
|Come to life|
|The West, in the East|
|Exploring Tarzan's jungle|
|Overloading to find Tarzan|
|And we found him!|
|Cooled down and watched the Lion King|