Spent Valentine’s Day in Hong Kong Disneyland with the hubby. It is our third time (and my fifth time) in Disneyland Hong Kong and it never gets old. There is always a kid in all of us. There is just something about having a magical day when you’re in Disneyland. Maybe the fact that I grew up watching all the the Mickey Mouse shows and Disney movies like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and The Beast (which I am really excited to see the new movie coming out next month). And lucky enough that the Iron Man Experience has already launched few months ago. And hubby got really excited for this since he is a big fan of Iron Man and he is a collector of action figures too (will blog about that our visit to Secret Base in Mongkok soon).
Two years ago, we also spent our pre-valentine’s date in Hong Kong Disneyland and we love that there are new attractions in the park now aside from our favorites like the Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Trains, Mystic Manor and Space Mountain but unfortunately it was under maintenance this time around.
The weather was really pleasant that day, sunny at 19 degrees celsius and at night it came down to 17 degrees. It was such a breeze walking around the park. We don’t have much photos together though since we were too shy to ask people to take our photo together and hubby really doesn’t like taking so much photos. I practically just took few photos when we were in queue and just enjoyed the rest of our date.
Surprisingly the Iron Man guy was kinda short, I wish he was bigger than my hubby to make it more realistic. Lols
This Iron Man statue is the one outside Stark Expo shop.
The “Disney Paint the Night” Nighttime Spectacular is a must see. You will be amaze by the spectacular lights on each floats and costumes. My Favorite float was The Little Mermaid.
Can’t wait to watch the movie!!!
Such a perfect way to end our Disney Valentine’s date, fireworks.
1 Day Ticket was HK$589 (about US$77) for adults, and I think one day is really not enough if you want to ride everything and if you wanna take a photo of all the Disney Characters there is since there is always a long queue. I suggest you pick out the attractions that you really like by getting a map at the entrance and get to them first and if you still have time after go to the rest of the attractions.
We took the MTR from Tsim Sha Tsui (where our hotel was) and transferred trains twice to get to the Sunny Bay station. I love how convenient and clean it is to take the subway in Hong Kong. It’s the fastest way getting from one place to another. It was roughly a 40minutes ride and cost us around HK$27 each (if I remember it right).
So , how did you guys spent Valentine’s Day? Hope you had a wonderful time as much I did. Will post a separate blog tomorrow for my outfit details, so stay tuned for that. Thank you once again for reading guys!