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Tag Archives: Hong Kong Disneyland
Youtube user michael20183 is back with more video from the Hong Kong Disneyland expansion. They’re adding three mini-lands and work is nearing completion on one of them: Also, below the jump video of the RC Racer attraction doing testing:
Youtube user Michael20183 is back with another train ride around the expansion area of Hong Kong Disneyland. Each of the three mini-lands, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, and Toy Story Land, will add much needed new attractions to the smallest of … Continue reading
California Adventure and the Magic Kingdom aren’t the only two Disney theme parks to be getting a major expansion, Hong Kong Disneyland has been working hard on adding three new mini-lands. Toy Story is closest to completion. Grizzly Trail and … Continue reading
The Themed Entertainment Association(TEA) and Economics at AECOM have released their joint publication, the TEA/AECOM 2010 Theme Index today. The chief statistics are the estimated attendance numbers for the major theme parks world wide. 2010 was generally a good year … Continue reading
Hong Kong Disneyland announced, as of their 5th Anniversary this last week, that they had received just under 20 million day guests to the Magic Kingdom styled theme park. Approximately 40 percent, or 8 million, of those were from mainland … Continue reading