A song and a dance at Hong Kong Disneyland for Lunar New Year.
Hong Kong Disneyland is launching a raft of exciting new attractions this year.
The biggest launch is a brand new ‘world’ coming to the park in the second half of 2023. The much-anticipated World of Frozen will be based on the hit movie although details have yet to be revealed. Watch this space…
Disneyland will be ringing in the Year of the Rabbit later this month with the help of StellaLou, Duffy’s rabbit friend. Meet StellaLou and her bunny bestie LinaBell at the park from now until February 12. Guests will receive a StellaLou-themed lai see packet at the park entrance from January 22 to 25.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Walt Disney Company this year, from March Mickey and friends will be dressing up in celebratory outfits as part of the special Mickey and Friends Celebration parade.
The park will also be welcoming back a number of activities, including its 10K Weekend in March, which was a regular annual event pre-pandemic.
And in October the park will unveil two new statues commemorating both Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse.
If you’re planning a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland, tickets must be bought online. Masks must be worn throughout the park in accordance with Hong Kong government regulations except when eating or drinking. Download the Hong Kong Disneyland app for opening times and entertainment schedules.
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