In 2018 Hong Kong Disneyland (HKDL) will up the magic with an exhilarating array of new attractions and events that are set to delight guests of all ages. Now in its 12th year of operation, the theme park offers Malaysian guests a true resort destination in the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong.
The park caters to an international mix of guests by immersing families in all things Disney, including greetings with Mickey, Minnie and all their pals, the beloved Princesses, as well as more than 100 world-class shows and attractions in the 7 themed lands, including “Disney Paint the Night” night-time parade, Fairy Tale Forest, and “Mickey and the Wondrous Book” stage show which are exclusively available at HKDL. Young adults can even enjoy attractions based on the exciting stories and characters of Star Wars and Iron Man.
Making Dreams Come True
The action kicks off in December 2017 with the brand new Royal Princess Garden, where young guests can make their dreams come true by becoming princesses with regal makeovers and precious photo opportunities with their favourite Disney Princesses. In May 2018, the theme park will roll out its new Moana-themed entertainment offering in Adventureland in May 2018. The fun-filled atmosphere stage show called “Moana: A Homecoming Celebration,” will capture the imagination of guests of all ages when it opens in this brand new venue!
Celebrating The Seasons
Malaysian guests can also look forward to many magical moments in 2018 during various seasonal events. During the epic Chinese New Year Celebrations, Disney Friends Springtime Carnival, summer special event and Disney Halloween Time. Presently, the park is hosting its most authentic Christmas celebration until January 1 2018, which will see the park transformed into a winter wonderland.
More Attractions To Roll Out
Going forward, HKDL’s multi-year expansion plan will see the launch of new themed areas, attractions and entertainment offerings almost every year until 2023. The expansion will be leveraging some of the most beloved Disney stories, including Marvel and Frozen, and will take the theme park to a new level of excitement.
A Boon For Malaysian Guests
To accommodate the different cultures of Malaysian guests, HKDL has enhanced its services in terms of food, entertainment and offerings. The resort’s new facilities include a Quiet Room next to Explorer’s Club Restaurant in Mystic Point where guests and their families can comfortably enjoy quiet times. In the park, Malaysian guests will also find “Cultural Ambassadors” fluent in a variety of different languages, including Bahasa Malaysia, to assist them in their preferred language.
HKDL has also expanded its delicious dishes from East to West, including Halal-certified meals around the park and at the three themed resort hotels. Guests who are staying in a resort hotel can also shop with ease as merchandise purchased in the park can be delivered right to their hotel at no extra charge.
Malaysian guests may also take advantage of limited-time offers from now until March 31, 2018 with the new Play and Stay Offer for a 2-Day Ticket and one night accommodation at a resort hotel. There is also the Play and Shop Offer, which includes a 1-Day General Admission ticket, HK$50 merchandise voucher for park merchandise shops and a popcorn buy-one-get-one offer at outdoor vending carts.