Disney has enticed fans around the world with its one-of-a-kind attractions that captivate hearts and ignite imaginations. While Disney World in Florida offers an impressive array of rides, there are several international Disney Parks attractions we wish would make their way stateside. From Tokyo to Shanghai and Hong Kong to Paris, let’s dive into some of these extraordinary experiences!

Tokyo Disneyland’s Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast reimagines this classic fairy tale with a state-of-the-art trackless dark ride. Hopping aboard a magical cup, guests glide and dance through iconic scenes and musical numbers, feeling every enchanting moment. Imagine this fitting seamlessly into Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland, nestled alongside Enchanted Tales with Belle and Be Our Guest restaurant.

Over at Hong Kong Disneyland, Mystic Manor offers a fresh twist on the Haunted Mansion narrative. This whimsical trackless dark ride follows Lord Henry Mystic and his mischievous monkey, Albert, through an elegantly eerie manor filled with magical artifacts. It’s a charming and visually stunning ride perfect for all ages, replete with a Danny Elfman score that’s music to any Disney fan’s ears.

And brace yourselves for Shanghai Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure. This reimagined boat ride plunges riders into the cinematic world of Captain Jack Sparrow, blending massive screen projections, lifelike animatronics, and immersive special effects. While we treasure our classic Pirates ride, who wouldn’t want to experience this thrilling journey?

Fans of the movie Zootopia will be thrilled with Zootopia: Hot Pursuit, a high-speed chase ride at Shanghai Disneyland. Join Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde as they navigate through distinctive terrains of Zootopia in a bid to thwart a kidnapping. This ride would pair perfectly with Disney’s Animal Kingdom, especially with ongoing buzz about a potential Zootopia land.

Hong Kong Disneyland also graces us with Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs, a delightful family-friendly roller coaster through the Arendelle Forest. The queue alone, featuring Olaf and Sven, promises a whimsical journey. Considering the numerous Frozen-themed expansions worldwide, Disney World adopting such a ride seems almost inevitable.

Finally, while each of these rides excites, Tokyo DisneySea’s Fantasy Springs deserves a special mention. This brand-new land brings Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, and Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey to life with groundbreaking technology and unforgettable experiences. These attractions elevate storytelling in ways that Disney World enthusiasts can only dream of.

Which international Disney attraction would you love to see in Disney World? Share your thoughts in the comments and encourage fellow Disney fans to join the conversation! Stay tuned to Mickey News for more enchanting insights into the world of Disney.