If you’re setting your sights on riding the latest and greatest attractions at one of Disney’s parks, you might want to start gearing up now. As seen with past releases, new rides attract massive attention both from die-hard fans and bloggers eager to be first in line. This was no different during the splashy preview of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, which has sparked endless debate on social media, proving that any addition to the Disney lineup is bound to be met with fervor.

The newest wonders aren’t nestled within Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resorts, but rather in Tokyo DisneySea’s brand-new Fantasy Springs. This enchanting land brings to life Frozen’s Anna and Elsa, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, and Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies. Ever since previews began, Disney fanatics have been scrambling to experience every meticulous detail, from the unparalleled audio-animatronics to the mesmerizing “I See The Light” scene.

Securing a ride on these coveted attractions isn’t a walk in the park. Your options include snagging a free Standby Pass right as you enter, purchasing Premier Access once inside, or splurging on the Fantasy Springs Magic Passport—an exclusive option for guests with a reservation at the Fantasy Springs Hotel, costing a cool 22,900 yen ($146 USD) per person. With hotel bookings full for months, most visitors are left battling for the first two highly sought-after options.

However, the quest for these passes is nothing short of a Herculean effort. Social media user @teraken07 showcased an image taken at 5:49 a.m. (JST) showing hordes of guests who had arrived at Tokyo DisneySea as early as 2:30 a.m., mats in tow, ready to weather the long wait. These scenes indicate that finding a Standby Pass or obtaining Premier Access later in the day might be a pipe dream for many.

Such early hours may well flout polite requests from Tokyo Disney Resort’s operating company, Oriental Land Company, asking guests to avoid queuing outside the park overnight. Yet, the allure of Fantasy Springs is simply too strong to be ignored.

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