You’ll know you’re in Hong Kong Disneyland not just because of this landmark…
“When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are.
Everything your heart desires will come to you…”
When I heard that, my heart quickened in that sort of familiar way when I first visited Tokyo Disneyland eleven years ago. Read all about it right here.
The magical land of Disney came true because one man dared to dream a fantastical place where both kids and parents can have fun. Read the history of Disneyland right here.
But I didn’t allow the stubborn weather to come between me and the Disneyland magic. Unlike Donald Duck over here who chose to sulk the entire afternoon.
Every sight was a complete delight.
One delightful sight is “It’s A Small World,” a whimsical boat ride into magnificent sets and ornately-dressed dolls representing the different nations of the world. And did I mention that the ride came with a soundtrack? The song “It’s a Small World” is recorded in different languages and heard over and over throughout the ride. It’s a Small World Official Website.
When we were about to enter the attraction, I only had one mission in mind. And that was to get the most incredible photos inside. When I first saw this attraction in Tokyo Disneyland, I didn’t get to catch anything in camera, maybe because of sheer excitement.
I thought Asia was the last stopover, not until I saw this welcome post.
But I felt really really good inside, thanks to the attraction’s diverse pageantry of cultures, traditions and languages from around the world.