The Hong Kong Disneyland Park!

*OOOOOOOOOOmmmmmgggggg….I can’t believe it that am here!*

So, after the drive from home to the airport, board the flight, immigration and lost in the Hong Kong MTR system, we finally stepped our foot on the Hong Kong Disneyland Park ground!

I have to be honest; I shed some tears when I saw the Mickey Mouse signs and the music that were being played in the park.

We arrived just in time for the Flights of Fantasy Parade. Yes the Flights of Fantasy Parade! Plus we were given our own section with our own tour guide. *They really guard our section* How cool!

When Baby Princess saw the first glimpse of theFlights of Fantasy Parade., her facial expressions were priceless:
“Brotherrrrr, I see it! I see it!”
“Are they coming here? If not I wanna climb on your shoulder” (You serious girl?LOL)
“OMG! Brother, Mickey!” (Her face was glowing, like so funny glowing!haha)
And then the unthinkable happened, baby princess got pulled into the Flights of Fantasy Parade.. She was like “brother you sure I can go?” and I said “Yeahhhh, goooo! LOL” . I guess that made her dream came true to dance and play with the Disney’s Characters.
Please don’t miss the Parade, it is one of the must do things in Hong Kong Disneyland!
After the parade, baby princess told me that she saw “Toy Story Land” in the map and begged me to bring her there first. ( I tell you this girl can read when it comes to cartoon and toys! :P)
She was scared to ride the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop, so I obliged. Well, it was her trip , she was the boss! (kasi chance lah) . So we rode on the Slinky Dog Spin, very children but I liked it too! Hhahaha.
Before coming to Hong Kong Disneyland, I already knew that I need to ride on the Jungle River Cruise in the Adventureland. I know baby princess was scared but I kinda laughed seeing her frantic face as we cruise along the river!

I didn’t snap much photo coz I know there were many surprised and I didn’t want to get my camera wet. But I have to tell you, this is one of the best ride! Spooky, slightly creepy and full of surprises!

*pssstt… sit by the side of the boat. SIT THERE* 😉

In the map, I saw the Grizzly Gulch and told myself I wanna do it! The ride is called Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars which to me is perfect for your riders. But I guess having a little sister who don’t want to do the ride, I obliged. (Again) . Well at least she had fun playing the water gun there.
Since it was already late, we when to eat and waited patiently in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle with everyone for the Disney in the Stars Fireworks. Boyyyy I only saw this in the tv and youtube before and now I got to see it in flesh! *sniffles*

After the fireworks show, baby princess asked me if we can go around the The Main Street USA so that she can see some toys.

Well, a big brother can’t say no ah?

After a good night rest (With drama with baby princess, she got too excited she didn’t want to sleep), we continued our fun time at Hong Kong Disneyland.
I don’t know why but the 2nd time we were there, a lot of people were there too. Since both baby princess and I like Buzz Lighter, we headed down to Tomorrowland first! We got our Fastpass and got into the fast track lane and voila we were in Buzz LightyearAstro Blasters! 😀
Btw, that high mark is mine. I shot a jackpot I guess.haha
Before leaving park, we went to The Golden Mickey show at the Storybook Theater. Baby princess was a little bit scared as the dimmed the whole theatre. But she was glowing in smile when the curtain dropped and Mickey & Minnie walked out!
I was smiling too. Who wouldn’t?
I had a great time with my little sister in Hong Kong Disneyland. It was the perfect place for us to bond and create memories, considering how busy we both are (me with my traveling and baby with her school)
It was a good break from our life. You should do it too, check out more of the park information  here.
I think baby princess’ photo here summed up perfectly on what we experienced at Hong Kong Disneyland. Fun, FUN and more FUN! 😀
More stories on my trip to Hong Kong Disneyland soon! Till then, keep on traveling peeps.
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Hong Kong Disneyland here I come!

*it’s going to be one lengthy post, bear with me*
It has been a year now that am traveling, most of it I was backpacking. So when mom told me that I should spare sometimes for family, I kinda decided to spent more time with my 8 year old lil sister, baby princess (she insisted of me writing her name like this, even dared checking my post*facepalm*)


After reading countless reviews and stories and rantings as well as looking at the flight tickets, I decided that Hong Kong Disneyland offers one of the best attractions that fits into my budgeting! Plus, it is just about 3.4 hours away from Malaysia…easy for the big brother who is scared of flying eh? *more facepalm*
So yeah, there we were on the very early morning flight out from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong via Airasia. I was hoping she would fell asleep but I guess Disneyland kept her awake most of the flying hours. It was good flight and we landed safely in Hong Kong International Aiport! Talk about being excited, we immediately whatsapp home a video to our worried mom (Mom, we are FINE! :P)
Since I’m too used with using public transports (blame the backpacker’s gene) , I made my 8 year old sister into probably one of the youngest backpacker ever! 😛


And so we rode on the train from Hong Kong International Airport to Tsing Yi before via the Airport Express before changing on to MTR to Sunny Bay and finally changed to The Disneyland Train Line!
Since I was traveling with my sister, the Airport Express from Hong Kong International Airport to Tsing Yi station cost us HKD 75 (roughly about RM30/USD10) and from Tsing Yi interchange to Disneyland station cost us HKD 19.5 (RM 8/USD 2.50). From the Disneyland MTR station, there are buses/shuttles that can ferry you from the Disneyland Park to the hotels.


But on the day that we departed home, I decided to try a different route to the airport and found out that it is a lot cheaper via this route. I could have saved a lot! LOL


From Disneyland MTR Station, take the train to Sunny Bay Station and then interchange to Tung Chun Station, you’ll arrive at a mall called City Gate( do stop and shop cheap stuffs there!! hehe)

From Tung Chun, there is bus number S1 that cost about HKD 3.5 for adult and HKD 1.8 for kids! From Disneyland to Airport via this route cost us less than HKD 10! That is a saving of about HKD 90! 😀


I booked for us to stay at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland] More of that in another post! Till then, keep on travelling peeps!! 😀
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