Tuesday 17 April 2012

Disneyland Hong Kong - "Happiest Place on Earth" (Part 2)

Following Christina's guide on reaching Disneyland Hong Kong, let me take you on a journey through the "Happiest Place on Earth".

It was one of the days during the long weekend and I sure wasn't going to waste it away. I decided to give Disneyland a visit as it is one of the major tourist attraction in Hong Kong. I hopped on to the Disneyland train at Sunny Bay and began my magical journey through the wonderland.

Upon alighting the train, I found myself walking through a train station that was uniquely furbished and decorated with Disney characters. Even though I was only at the train station, I had already started taking pictures because the place was simply too beautiful to forgo a shot. I took my time to stroll from the train station into Disneyland because I wanted to immerse myself thoroughly throughout every moment of the journey.
Disneyland Station
Entrance of Disneyland
As soon as I reached the entrance, I quickly bought my ticket and made my way into the Magical Wonderland. There were so many rides and I didn't know where I should start! I decided to go for some adrenaline pumping ride before going to the milder rides to even out the day. A point to note, Disneyland is not just about going on rides but also the photo-taking sessions and theatre shows that it has.
Disney Bronze Figurine

I managed to take a few exciting rides such as Astro Blasters and Extreme Racing Cars which really got my blood pumping. Then I moved on to catch a 3D show and also a musical at 2 of the theatres within Disneyland itself. Next, I went for a photo taking session with some of the Disney characters including Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh. I felt as though I was reliving my childhood again.
Woody the Cowboy
Disneyland Express
I proceeded to take the Disneyland Express which was a train specially designed to revolve around Disneyland to give visitors a overview of the whole place. I must say I was impressed by how grand and amazing the whole theme park was. I ended my day off by watching a 10 minutes firework display at the Disneyland castle which really captivated me.

With that, I ended my journey to the "Happiest Place on Earth". However, it may just be the start of your journey in Hong Kong! Apply at ODM today for an internship program and you'll have the opportunity to experience Hong Kong and its wonderland. Feel free to contact us if you're interested.

Meanwhile, check out some of the promotional products that Disney has included in it's marketing campaign:

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