byPublished on 01-20-2015 07:00 AM
Effective today, tickets across the board have been raised at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort. The new price for a 1-Day Ticket for General Admission (ages 12–64) is HK$499 (approx $65) and for a Child (ages 3–11) is HK$355 (approx $45). Pricing for Seniors (ages 65 or above) for all types of admission tickets and Magic Access will remain unchanged at HK$100 (approx $13).
The new pricing comes with a few discount options including discounts for locals, travel agents, and more. The Magic Access annual pass price remains unchanged until next November.byPublished on 09-11-2014 02:07 PM
Although it officially debuts October 1, Hong Kong Disneyland's new DISNEY PAINT THE NIGHT nighttime parade has just recently debuted in the park and videos are already starting to appear on the internet. The video above by YouTube user michael20183 showcases the full parade including its show-stop moment.
Hong Kong Disneyland is doing up the second half of this year big with several new entertainment options for guests to look forward this year. From this fall's debute of DISNEY PAINT THE NIGHT to new offerings for Halloween and the Holidays, there's quite a bit coming to the newest Disney Park.byPublished on 07-22-2014 07:00 AM
The new DISNEY PAINT THE NIGHT spectacular will bring bright color to light up the evenings at Hong Kong Disneyland starting October 1, 2014. To help drum up excitement, Disney released new concept art for the floats and costumes that showcase the colorful LED spectacle that will be put on display.
The parade will begin with Tinker Bell and also feature Lightning McQueen from “Cars,” Sulley and Mike from “Monsters, Inc.,” Belle from “Beauty & the Beast,” Ariel from “The Little Mermaid” and Woody and Buzz from “Toy Story”, and of course: Mickey Mouse, who takes center stage!
As so many show concepts do as of late the concept here will begin with Mickey’s magical paintbrush which brings the colorful world to life with over 80 performers and what Disney promises to be the "latest in LED lighting technology."
Mickey's back to more hijinks courtesy of a magical paintbrush in the newest night-time parade coming to Hong Kong Disneyland in DISNEY PAINT THE NIGHT. Scheduled for an October 2014 debut, the new spectacular promises to bring characters such as Tinker Bell, Ariel, Belle, Buzz Lightyear & Woody.byPublished on 02-18-2014 07:45 AM
Hong Kong Disneyland just announced a plan to build a new hotel at the resort which will add another 750 hotel rooms to its existing inventory. The news comes amidst results from the 2013 fiscal year in which the HKDL Resort generated HK$4,896 million in revenue, up 15% from the previous year, while net profit more than doubled to HK$242 million.
New initiatives in the pipeline include a brand new nighttime spectacular called “Disney Paint the Night” in 2014, 10th anniversary celebration offerings in 2015 and a new themed area based on Marvel’s Iron Man franchise in late 2016.
The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort hosted its Chinese New Year celebration on Friday at the Park’s Sleeping Beauty Castle forecourt with an announcement of its cooperation with Hong Kong-based charity Foodlink for surplus food donation. The partnership aims to make good use of surplus food and help promote the idea of sharing and cherishing food.
Hong Kong Disneyland is celebrating a month of festivities including parades and new food options for the Year of the Horse.