The smallest of all the Disneys we’ve been to, but the flip side of this was that it was much quieter (we queued for a maximum of 15 minutes, most of the time able to get on rides in quick succession) and also quicker to get around (it’s not a trek from one side of the park to the other).
Food and drink is reasonably priced overall. However, water at £3 a bottle was fairly steep.
There was some renovation taking place at the laughably small castle which hampered some of the space in the park.
Staff were all friendly and courteous throughout. An area for improvement would be the types of badge they give you in entry needing variety (other Disney parks have ‘just married’, ‘Birthday’ etc).
Having been to an animation academy before at a different Disney, we were pleased that this was available here too. While the classes say they are only in Cantonese, don’t be put off as it’s easy to follow, great fun, and they do throw in a few English explanations along the way.
Very easy to get there via HK metro - there’s a special Disney line which takes you the last part of the way.
Overall a very good visit.
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