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Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip – Day 3


Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip Day 3


MTR: Take Tung Chung Line 东涌线 to Sunny Bay 欣澳站 change to Disneyland Resort Station 迪士尼

Walk: walk to the Disneyland (about 3 mins)

Ticket: HK$350 per person

Open: 10.30am – 7.30pm


Bus R11 from North Point Ferry Pier via Central at HK$38

Free Resort Shutter from Hong Kong MTR Station about 25 minutes


Disneyland Ticket Counter & Mickey Tickets


MTR – Special Design for Disneyland (Even the Windows and Handles are Mickey-Head-Shaped)


MTR Interior Design with Disney’s Music in the Train.


Welcome to Disneyland


Disneyland Fountain – First Disney Statue that Greeted Us


Hong Kong Disneyland is located on reclaimed land in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island open in Sep 2005.  It is the first theme park located inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is owned and managed by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks.

Since the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland, the theme park has hosted over 25 million guests.

The Disney Title’s Music EVERYWHERE, Reminding Us of Childhood and the Disney Fairy-tales Cartoon We Have Watch.

The park consists of four classic themed areas: Main Street, Tomorrow Land, Fantasy Land & Adventure Land.

Disneyland Map

In 2014, Hong Kong Disneyland will include a total of seven themed lands and be expanded to 27.4 hectares (68 acres).  The new themed areas are Toy Story LandGrizzly Gulch and Mystic Point.

MainStreet, U.S.A. – designed to resemble an early 20th-century Midwest town.

Beautiful Mickey Flowers at Main Street USA


Tomorrow Land – an optimistic vision of the future.



Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters


Stitch Encounter & Space Mountain


Space Shuttle


Fantasy Land – bringing to life characters and places from Disney’s Cartoon and movies.

Sleeping Beauty Castle


The Gingerbread Village.  It’ll be ready for Christmas!


Adventure Land – featuring jungle-themed adventures;

Adverture Land


Tree House


Man-Made Volcano


Nice Statue




Do try to catch the Disney on Parade which happens daily.  It’ll showcase floats, dancers, musicians and your favorite Disney characters.  The parade starts in Fantasyland and passes in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle and down Main Street USA.  Here’s what you can expect to see:

Waiting for Parade


Giant Mickey Mouse


Snow White and Seven Dwarf




Mickey Family


Various Fairy tales Parade




Mickey Hollywood


Chip & Dale’s Factory





Lion King Show Entrance


Lion King Show


Simba The Lion King


The Actor


Artist Drawing Cartoon on the Floor Using a Broom and Water.


When you’re at Disneyland, you MUST stay until nightfall for Disney in the Stars – the FIREWORKS!!!!!  It’s so spectacularly brilliant and complete with music and animation.  The best spot is right in front of The Sleeping Beauty Castle.  Be there early if you want to get a good view of the fireworks.

Goodbye Disneyland



MTR: Take Tseung Kwan O 将军澳

Bus: TVB’s Shuttle Bus

Address: TVB City (77 Chun Choi Street, Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, Kowloon, Hong Kong)

TVB 43rd Anniversary Gala 

Unfortunately we can’t stay back for the Fireworks because we have a better program after that – TVB 43rd Anniversary Gala live telecast show is waiting for us.

Thanks to Keyman for getting us a pair of tickets, this is first time to see so many famous Hong Kong Stars live in action in front of us.

TVB 43rd Anniversary Gala Invitation  Ticket.


The Master of Ceremonies for TVB 43rd Anniversary Gala this year is Liza Wang, Eric Tsang, Dodo Cheng, Nat Chan and Chen Zhijing Dunn  (汪明荃, 曾志偉, 鄭裕玲,  陳百祥 & 鄧梓峰).  The artists performs  singing and dancing, musical instruments, drama, games in groups etc.,


The Stage for the Live Telecast Show. Actors and Actress dancing on stage.

TVB is the biggest of the only two free over-the-air commercial TV broadcast station in Hong Kong.  It commenced broadcasting on 19 November 1967.  The company’s current chairman is Sir Run Run Shaw 邵逸夫 or 六叔.

Preparing the stage for the live telecast.

We have a wonderful and fun time watching the live show in the studio together with Uncle and Auntie Luk.  A big thanks again to Keyman.


Link: Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip Day 1

Link: Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip Day 2

Link: Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip Day 4

Link: Hong Kong Free and Easy Trip Day 5


  1. Anonymous
    November 6, 2011 at 2:26 PM

    Nice Blog with beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing.

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