HK-Macau 2013 Report (Part 4, Disneyland)

Disneyland Tickets Since we went straight to Macau from HKIA, I had to look for another way of securing discounted Disneyland tickets other than China Travel Services (CTS). I bought tickets online usingĀ www.hotelinhongkong.netĀ for HKD 370 each. For comparison, buying a ticket from park would cost HKD 450. This is also cheaper than the HKD 388…

Hong Kong 2012 (Part 3, Ocean Park)

Until the entry of Disneyland in 2005, Ocean Park is the premier theme park destination in Hong Kong. Although it was established in 1970’s, the park is still well-maintained and remains to be a must-see attraction for HK first-timers and thrill-seeking visitors.

Hong Kong 2012 (Part 2, Hong Kong Disneyland)

It was a Saturday. After having our breakfast at Casa Hotel’s diner, we took the train to go to HK Disneyland!!!! Thank goodness HK Disneyland is very accessible. Unlike Walt Disney World in Orlando (which is in the middle of nowhere), it only took us two interchange station to get to HK Disneyland. From Yau Ma Tei station, we took the red line train and alighted at Lai King station, we next took the Tung Chung line train and alighted at Sunny Bay station. Then we crossed to the other side where the Disney train is waiting for us!! It was quite a short ride, we were busy taking pictures and then suddenly the train is coming to a stop. We’ve arrived at the happiest place on earth!!! It’s my second Disneyland visit but it still feels like the first time, the magic is still there! Mickey, with his arms wide open, greeted me with a smile as if saying “Welcome back!”.