It was like entering a very fictitious place with all the castles and the different mascots you see. And I was very excite to see this sign.
We got in just in time for the parade.
Space Mountain was the ride I was looking forward to. The ride was very enjoyable, not too much drops and turns but you have to keep your eyes open because it’s pretty. I didn’t even know when they took the picture but it didn’t turn out good.
We went on to Fantasyland.
There was this 3D musical show that we watched. Even though it was just a cartoon it was very realistic—when the character gets splashed by water you will also get spritz on, when the character smells the cooked food the room will also smell like cinnamon. I could tell they really put a lot of effort in to this. I’m really impressed.
And then we went to “It’s a Small World”. I was excited about this because PJ made a video on it but then he wasn’t in Hong Kong.
And of course, I had to. :)
We toured the other parts of the park: Adventureland and Toy Story Land.
It eventually got dark. The park is beautiful with the lights turned on. We headed to Sleeping Beauty’s castle for the fireworks.
I took a video of the fireworks so these are just screen shots.
After the amazing fireworks, everyone is heading home. They had snow (bubbles) falling on main street where everybody is exiting. I took pictures and a last look at the park before we left for our ride. It’s an awesome place. I would like to go back and ride the other rides, take pictures with Mickey and end the night with fireworks again.
It’s my first time out of the country so I was really excited about this trip. I captured almost everything but I will just post some of it because it is a lot.
We met up with my parents’ friend to have lunch. We took the MTR and it was cool. You can go anywhere with that and it’s very accessible.
On the next day we took a tour around the city.
We ended the tour at Ocean Park and spent the afternoon there.
We ate noodles at Old Hong Kong before exploring the park.
We rode the cable car and we ended up on the other side of the mountain where the rest of the rides were.
That tall thing there is called The Abyss. You will be taken up to its highest part and then drop you doowwn. Then back up again and down, another round of that and the ride is over. We rode it just for the experience and stories to tell back home. But it was scary and awesome at the same time. I held the bar as tight as I can and screamed loud enough that I had to hold my head because it hurt a bit.
I also got to see a panda!
After Ocean Park, we went to Victoria Peak.
The view is really beautiful. A perfect way to end the night.