Hong Kong Disneyland Part 2
On to the Part 2 of my Hong Kong Disneyland adventure and as promised, today I will blog about Toy Story Land, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland.
Without further ado, let’s go to Toy Story Land.
I am not really a fan of Toy Story, in fact I haven’t seen any Toy Story movies, but I do love their theme. No wonder kids love it a lot.
The attractions we tried are:
Toy Soldier Parachute Drop, Slinky Dog Spin and RC Racer.
The most extreme ride is the RC Racer. See that U shaped orange thing at the back? That is the gravity defying, speeding back and fourth track of the RC Racer. I think I just closed my eyes the whole time. Lol!
Welcome to Fantasyland muggles!
I did not try the rides here because it’s all for kids but I did enjoy my short tour around Fairy Tale Forest to see my childhood Disney princesses.
This labyrinth is a dream! I hope my own house in the future would also have a labyrinth garden as beautiful as this where me and my kids can play and I can still take outfit shots.
This is the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad – Fantasyland Station. A girly station indeed. If we are too tired, we just ride the train to relax. You have the option not to disembark on the next station so it is a good joy ride.
So pink and I love it!
Cute kids enjoying Dumbo the Flying Elephant Ride.
Sophia the First!
Curious little kiddo.
We got famished so we ate at Clopin’s Festival of Foods. The food is great, but it’s too pricey. Everything in Disneyland is pricey and I guess this is already the cheapest we found.
The castle come night time.
The first attraction we tried in Tomorrowland is the Stitch Encounter. If you will sit in front, there is an 80% chance that you will be called by Stitch and will be interviewed just like what happened to me. You will be interviewed straight from the Space Traffic Control Center (as he claimed). It’s a different show all the time because Stitch is interviewing different audiences.
Next is the Space Mountain. It is a thrilling high speed journey to the far reaches of the universe and back on this interstellar roller coaster. Imagine being in a roler coaster ride and everything is pitch black except for the stars that you see above. This is the same as The Mummy ride that we tried in Universal Studios Singapore that you cannot see you are already taking the plunge.
The exciting ride we tried next is the Autopia. You will get to drive electric cars that cruise along the highways of tomorrow. I was so happy because my boyfriend allowed me to drive this time while he is in the passenger seat snapchatting me.
The other ride we tried is Orbitron where you can pilot your own flying saucer ride high up above Tomorrowland.
That’s it for my Disneyland adventure. I am going to blog about Hong Kong historical tourist spot again next time before I move on to another amusement park blog.
Shorts: Boutique XXI
Shoes and Earrings: Forever 21
Socks: Rubi Shoes