Hong Kong Disneyland Admission Pricing: Adults: HK$350 (weekend), HK$295 (weekday) Children: HK$250 (weekend), HK$210 (weekday) Elderly: HK$200 (weekend), HK$170 (weekday)
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Guests will be able to immerse themselves in this magical Hong Kong Disneyland experience with an admission price of HK$295 per adult during the week and HK$350 on weekends and peak days. Children's tickets (aged between three and 11 years) will be priced at HK$210 during the week and HK$250 on weekends and peak holidays. Senior citizens tickets (over the age of 65) can enjoy the Disney experience at a special rate of HK$170 during the week and HK$200 on weekends and peak days. Children under the age of three are free. Peak days will include Hong Kong public holidays, summer school holidays (i.e. July and August) and the Golden Weeks (1st week in May and October every year).
"We believe that the ticket prices for Hong Kong Disneyland represent excellent value for our guests who can enjoy a full day of adventure including an array of attractions, world-class hotels accommodations along with special dining and our unique evening firework spectacular. Our extensive research validated that our target customers understand Disney is a premium brand offering unique experiences not currently available in the market. When we open in less than a year, we look forward to welcoming guests of all ages, and from around the region to a great family vacation destination and to a world of fantasy, imagination and adventure," said Roy Tan Hardy, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Hong Kong Disneyland.
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One day trip in HK Disneyland: (provided by HK Disneyland) 09:00 Have a breakfast buffet in the restaurant and take photos with Micky, Minnie and Disney friends.(for reserved ticket holders) 10:00 Park open, get information at the info. lobby. 10:15 Visit Main Street, U.S.A. or take park tram. 11:00Take a rest at Tahitian Terrace Restaurant . 11:15 Cruise into a jungle along hidden waterways in Adventureland. 11:45 Enjoy a colorful pageant of music and dance "Festival of the Lion King" 12:45 Have a lunch at River View Café. 13:30 Enter Fantasyland, get a Mickey's PhilharMagic Fastpass first. 14:00 Enjoy all attractions in Fantasyland. 14:45 Watch Mickey's PhilharMagic. 15:15 Take a rest at Sleeping Beauty Castle. 15:30 Enjoy parade performance. 16:30 Enjoy Micky musical drama. 17:00 Enter Tomorrowland. 17:30 Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. 18:00 Space Mountain 18:30 O rbitron and Disneyland firework. Disney and the Hong Kong SAR Government announced today that Hong Kong Disneyland will welcome its first guests on 12th September, 2005 (Monday), earlier than originally projected. The world-class theme park and resort, located on Lantau Island, will be Disney's first theme park in China offering magical experiences for the entire family ranging from Broadway-style shows and signature Disney attractions to vibrant fireworks and parades.
"We are delighted to be joining with the Hong Kong SAR Government to bring guests from Hong Kong and around the world such a unique quality family entertainment experience. Over the past four years since the announcement of this project, we have been working closely with the Hong Kong SAR Government to make Hong Kong Disneyland a success, and we are grateful for their tremendous support in helping us deliver the magic even earlier than expected," said Don Robinson, Hong Kong Disneyland Group Managing Director.
"The announcement of opening day for Hong Kong Disneyland marks a key milestone for the development of Hong Kong tourism and the economy as a whole," said Henry Tang, Financial Secretary, Hong Kong SAR Government and the Guest of Honour at today's announcement. Tang said that Hong Kong Disneyland's opening would be a "driving force for tourism growth for Hong Kong, and family tourism development in particular," noting that this year's tourist arrivals are estimated to reach over 21 million, a rise of 37% over last year.
The Financial Secretary also highlighted that the whole economy will continue to benefit from the Hong Kong Disneyland project tremendously. "The project has already created 11,400 jobs during construction. Another 18,000 jobs are expected to be created in phases by opening. In the first 40 years after opening, Hong Kong Disneyland is forecast to bring about a huge economic benefit of $148 billion to Hong Kong as a whole," said Mr. Tang.
Noting that the project will be completed less than six years since its commencement five years ago in late 1999, the Financial Secretary said, "Never has a Disneyland been built so fast, achieving the same quality as other Disney theme parks and resorts." The project will also be completed within budget. The Financial Secretary said that Government would continue to render full support for a most successful opening.
Families visiting the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will be taken on a magical journey through three themed lands, a charming Main Street U.S.A and two Disney-style hotels.
"Hong Kong Disneyland is designed for guests to leave the real world and enter one of fantasy, imagination and adventure," said Wing Chao, Vice Chairman, Asia Pacific Development, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, and Executive Vice President, Master Planning, Architecture & Design, Walt Disney Imagineering.
"When the guests first enter the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, they will notice immediately the lush landscape, colorful signage, and decorative light fixtures. With the classic Disneyland design, combined with fun and exciting attractions created specifically for Hong Kong, guests from all around Asia will experience the unique Disney brand of entertainment, creating memories that will last a lifetime."
Captivating Featured Attractions Revealed ?Jungle River Cruise and Festival of the Lion King
In addition to the opening day announcement, Hong Kong Disneyland executives revealed two of the many featured attractions expected to enthrall thousands of guests on a daily basis: Jungle River Cruise and Festivals of the Lion King.
Disney Imagineers, Tom Morris, Vice President and Executive Producer in charge of Hong Kong Disneyland and Skip Lange, Vice President, Executive Production Designer in charge of Jungle River Cruise, revealed the conceptual renderings and storyboards of this adventurous journey through an African jungle that will be part of the exotic Adventureland experience.
An expansive river in the heart of Adventureland is set to become a spectacular centerpiece and the perfect setting for Jungle River Cruise. Guests will depart on exploration boats for an exotic journey along the waterways of some of the world's most hidden regions.
Mystery and intrigue lurk around every bend as the riverboats travel a winding route filled with fascinating sights, sounds, surprises and fun.
An intrepid boat skipper will guide guests on a journey through busy river rafts; elephants, frolicking in water; quaking temple ruins; invading gorillas; erupting geysers and some very mischievous hippos.
"Hong Kong Disneyland's Jungle River Cruise brings more of the adventure 'on board' and allows guests to get closer to the action as they navigate through this intriguing jungle," said Morris. "We have added new features and surprises to this attraction to create a one-of-a-kind experience for our guests in Hong Kong."
Hong Kong Disneyland is also delighted to present Festival of the Lion King, a joyous and high energy spectacle created through song, dance, puppetry, specialty performances and evocative imagery.
Ten years after its release, Disney's The Lion King still holds the hearts and minds of audiences around the world. This animated masterpiece, which has become one of the most popular of all Disney classics, is now being brought to life in a unique Broadway-style theatrical spectacle created especially for Hong Kong Disneyland.
The audience is in the middle of the show as a troupe of tribal performers arrives and transforms the Theatre in the Wild into a colorful festival setting. Giraffes strut, birds swoop, gazelles leap! The entire savanna comes to life as the music soars. This is "Festival of the Lion King" ?Disney storytelling at its best in a kingdom brimming with fun, wonder and adventure.
"Festival of The Lion King" will be unlike anything our guests have ever experienced in Hong Kong and will be the first Broadway-style production to be staged in Hong Kong on a permanent basis. The show will allow families to join with their circle of loved ones while marveling at this breathtaking spectacle and timeless story, miraculously brought to life by a cast of over dynamic 20 performers," said Laurie Jordan, Vice President of Entertainment for Hong Kong Disneyland.