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As the youngest Disneyland in the world, Hong Kong Disneyland is owned and managed by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks, an incorporated company jointly owned by the Walt Disney Company and the Government of Hong Kong SAR. Here you can go on a fantastic and magical journey with Mickey Mouse and other Disney friends. Traveling in the theme park and live in the hotels, you can materialize all your cartoon dreams. 

Located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is the fifth Disneyland style park of the world, following the Disney parks in Anaheim of California, Florida's Orlando, Tokyo and Paris. After years of negotiations and construction, the park opened to visitors on May 22, 2005. Disney attempted to avoid problems of cultural backlash by attempting to incorporate Chinese culture, customs, and traditions when designing and building the resort, including adherence to the rules of Feng Shui. The theme park's cast members use English and Chinese, including Cantonese and Mandarin dialects, to communicate verbally. Guide Maps are printed in both Traditional and Simplified characters, Japanese, and in English.

The resort currently has 310 acres, with the actual park taking approximately 100 acres. As the smallest Disneyland Park, it has a capacity of 34,000 visitors per day. The park consists of four themed lands similar to other Disneyland parks: Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventure Land and Tomorrow Land .

 Main Street, U.S.A:
Usually the visitors start their Disney journey from the Main Street. This street was designed on the basis of the typical town of America. It belongs to the nostalgic style since it shows the period when electric light replaced the gas lamp and auto car took the place of carriage.    

The most attractive spot in the Fantasyland is the Sleeping Beauty Castle. Here visitors will feel as if they are in the Disney stories and find their favorite Disney characters including the lovely Winnie Bear, Snow White and Mickey Mouse. 

 Adventure Land:
The Adventure Land will provide visitors with an environment resembling the primary forest of Asia and Africa. Here you can join in the forest stream floating trip, you may choose to try the recreation facilities and explore the islands with the theme of 'King of the Jungle'. Especially there is a large indoor theater which is designed for the live Disney performances. 

 Tomorrow Land:
It is an amazing place full of scientific fantasy where you can experience the feelings in the outer space. Distinct from those in other Disneyland, this Tomorrow Land has been designed as a space port used for 'space roaming'. All facilities such as stores and canteens are built in the form of robots, spacecrafts or satellites. Here visitors are able to experience a wonderful space-time shuttle trip.         

With its small size cited often to explain its under-performance, the park has announced various plans for expansion. The classic Disney attraction, 'it's a small world', opened on 28 April 2008. Furthermore, according to Bill Ernest, the former executive vice president and managing director of Hong Kong Disneyland, the park is planning to add two unique theme lands in its future expansion. Over a 15 year expansion period, the park capacity will increase to handle up to 10 million visitors annually. 

Adults: 399
Children (3 - 11 years old): 285 
Children under 3 are free 
Seniors (65 or above): 100 

 Opening Hours: 10:00 to 21:00 

A. Subway: Take Disney Resort Line at Sunbay station and get off at the last station;
B. Bus Routes: Take Bus No. R8 (HKD 7), R11 (HKD 38), R22 (HKD 38), R33 (HKD 21), R42 (HKD 21) and get off at Disneyland;
C. Visitors can also take a taxi to Disneyland. The approximate taxi fares are as follows:
     from Hong Kong Island: about HKD 220 - 290
    from Kowloon: about HKD 160 - 250
    from New Territories: about HKD 120 - 330
    from Lantau Island: about HKD 170 - 210
    from Hong Kong Airport: about HKD 100 - 110
D. There are also special buses from Shenzhen to the Disneyland. Visitors can take the bus at Shenzhen Huanggang (HKD 80 for a single trip; HKD 120 for a round-trip)
    from Shenzhen: weekdays: every 30 minutes from 09:00 to 12:00 
                                 weekends: every 30 minutes from 08:00 to 12:00
    from Disneyland: weekdays: 12:00, 15:45, 16:45, 17:45, 18:45, 19:45, 20:45 & 21:45
                                  weekends: 12:00, 15:45, 16:45, 17:45, 18:15, 18:45,19:15, 19:45, 
                                                    20:15, 20:45, 21:15 & 21:45

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