Look no further for exotic adventure than the new Disney Explorers Lodge coming to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, which we announced in a blog post last year. This 750-room hotel is divided into four wings, each overlooking a lush themed garden named after a beloved Disney character that celebrates different locales around the world.

There’s Kevin Garden, themed to South America and named for everyone’s favorite curious bird in “Up.” Also the Little Squirt Garden of Oceania named for the playful sea turtle in “Finding Nemo;” the Hathi Jr. Garden named for the baby elephant from “The Jungle Book” in the heart of Asia; and the Rafiki Garden on the African Savannah with its namesake from “The Lion King.”

Disney Explorers Lodge Opening at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort on April 30

Intrepid travelers will find themselves surrounded by the golden age of exploration in the early 1920’s, with artifacts and memorabilia displayed across the hotel property. Three unique restaurants serve up signature delights that celebrate new and old world flavors, and themed rooms welcome explorers after a day of discovery. The expedition is complete with a trip to The Trading Post for a few artifacts of your own.

Disney Explorers Lodge Opening at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort on April 30

Online reservations are now available for Disney Explorers Lodge, with a variety of special offers designed to make every visit an unforgettable adventure. Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for more news from Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.