Our day three in Hong Kong was spent at Disneyland. As advised by forums and blogs, a whole day should be dedicated in touring Hong Kong Disneyland – and I would advise the same.
We bought our tickets online via asiatravel.com. A ride-all-you-can ticket cost HKD499; however, we were able to buy our tickets at HKD430. I recommend you try Asia Travel too to save money. There were no hassle whatsoever in acquiring the tickets. All we did was go the Disneyland’s Guest Relations counter, present the online receipt and the passport (valid id) of the person who booked and we got our tickets. 🙂
We arrived early at Disneyland – the moment the gates opened, we were already lined up. Before starting our journey around Disneyland, we queued up for Mickey and Minnie’s photo op. Neo was very patient in waiting for his turn – and his patience was rewarded.
We ate our brunch inside Disneyland. The food is expensive ranging from HKD90 – HKD150. Good thing we brought with us drinking water. After our brunch, we decided to split up so we can tour around the place without having to wait for each other (avoid hintayan again) and agreed to just meet beside the carousel at around 5pm.
Here are some of our photos at Hong Kong Disneyland.
There are two things that I regret about this visit. One, we (the hubby and Neo) weren’t able to watch the parade. Why? Because we were so busy touring the place that we forgot the check the time of the parade. Two, we (all of us) weren’t able to catch the fireworks. Why? The Lolos and Lolas are so tired already that even before 7pm we decided to bid adieu to the happiest place at Hong Kong.
But all in all, this visit is worth all my time and money. Neo had so much fun. Even after the day end, he kept on mumbling about Mickey Mouse. And to this day, we kept the plastic, which held the souvenir magnet I bought, because every now and then, the little boy would exclaim, “Mickey Mouse!”.
PS: This was originally published last December 2014 in my previous blog: Baby Neo’s Mama.