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Here you will find information about Hong Kong Disneyland

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

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...
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Chinese New Year Brings Good Fortune to Disney Parks

Guests looking for a bit of luck will find it aplenty at Disney parks around the world during this year’s bountiful Chinese New Year celebrations. From Shanghai and Hong Kong to the California coast, there’s no shortage of good fortune to be found. Shanghai Disney...
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Iron Man Experience, Disney Parks’ First Marvel-Themed Ride, Opens at Hong Kong Disneyland

Yesterday, the first-ever Marvel-themed attraction at a Disney park – Iron Man Experience – Presented by AIA – opened to the cheers of guests at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort. The new Iron Man Experience attraction at Hong Kong Disneyland takes you on an epic adventure...
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Iron Man Experience, Disney Parks’ First-Ever Marvel-Themed Ride, Opens at Hong Kong Disneyland on January 11

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts and the Hong Kong Government celebrated the grand opening of Iron Man Experience, the first-ever Marvel-themed ride at a Disney park and the first Disney attraction to feature the city of Hong Kong as its story setting. "We are always...
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A New Year, A New Global Ambassador Team

Last October, we introduced you to the 2017-2018 Ambassador team and highlighted the immersive training preparing them to represent Disney parks and resorts worldwide. Today, all that hard work has paid off and the team is celebrating their first day in the New Year!...
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Disney Parks VoluntEARS Spread Holiday Cheer Across the Globe

At Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, supporting local communities is in our DNA, especially during the holidays. The tradition dates back to Walt Disney himself, who in 1948 helped create the now famous Toys for Tots train logo still in use today. And as our parks have...
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Disney Parks Give Back For Family Volunteer Day

This weekend, Disney VoluntEARS around the world celebrated National Family Volunteer Day by giving back to their local communities to kick off the holiday season! Family Volunteer Day is an annual day of service that celebrates families everywhere who join together...
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Multi-Year Expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland Announced by The Walt Disney Company and Hong Kong Government

The Walt Disney Company and the Hong Kong Government today announced plans for a multi-year expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. This proposed $1.4 billion expansion underscores the Company's commitment to the long-term success of the resort and will continue to...
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Mickey Mouse’s Birthday Celebration

Friday, Disney Parks around the world will celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday, and we want you to join in the fun! Take a look at what’s in store for you at each resort. At the Disneyland Resort, you can sing “Happy Birthday” to Mickey in a special pre-parade moment...
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Opening Date Set for Iron Man Experience, Hong Kong Disneyland’s Marvel-Themed Ride

We have some exciting news to share about Hong Kong Disneyland’s very first Marvel-themed ride coming soon. On January 11, 2017, Iron Man Experience will officially open to guests around the world. Iron Man Experience – Presented by AIA will allow you to soar over the...
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The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is a resort built by Hong Kong International Theme Parks, a joint venture of the Government of Hong Kong and The Walt Disney Company in Hong Kong, China on reclaimed land beside Penny’s Bay, at the northeastern tip of Lantau Island, approximately two kilometers fromDiscovery Bay. Officially opened on 12 September 2005, the resort contains the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park, the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel,Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, and several retail, dining and entertainment facilities covering 1.3 square kilometers (320 acres) of the island.

The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is the second extension into Asia after the opening of the Tokyo Disney Resort more than 20 years ago. Currently, the Resort is overseen by managing director Andrew Kam who reports to Bill Ernest, President and managing director, Disney Parks & Resorts, Asia.

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