Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Shanghaî Disneyland Adventure Isle Update - With New Artworks !

I've got a second Shanghaî Disneyland update for you today as new Adventure Isle artworks have been released on the SDL website. The main attraction and E-Ticket of the land will be undoubtedly Roaring Rapids with also Camp Discovery and here are some new artworks for both of them, starting by the one below showing Roaring Rapids entrance.

Roaring Rapids will take guests on a white-knuckle adventure through the heart of Adventure Isle. Riding a raft propelled only by gravity and water, anything can happen as guests plunge down a mountain and into a dark cavern where the undiscovered secrets of an ancient tribal legend and the reptilian creature Q’aráq are revealed. Only those who venture into the mountain will encounter the massive, mysterious Q’aráq.

The picture below was also released, though this one is obviously not from SDL but most probably from Animal Kingdom Asia Kali River Rapids.

Shanghaî Disneyland will be the first Disney park to offer Camp Discovery, a place where adventurers of all ages and abilities will gather to explore waterfalls, ruins and dig sites in search of ancient tribal relics. They may explore natural wonders and ancient legends, trek past waterfalls and discover tribal ruins in an elevated ropes course created specifically for this land. Guests will be able to choose their own expeditions at Camp Discovery, with some opting for the thrilling natural wonders of Roaring Mountain and others choosing to see the views and become immersed in science, nature, and history.

For Soaring over the Horizon, just a video was released and it shows footage from Soarin' Over California. For the Tarzan show, in addition to the previously released rendering below, there is a video which is the same than the one before, showing the acrobats rehearsing.

Tribal Table will be Adventure Isle festive, art-filled restaurant, inviting guests to come together for an appetizing meal in a sensory dining experience. Sights, sounds and smells will whet the appetite as guests enjoy the action of live cooking with fiery woks and rotisseries. This ancient gathering house in the Arbori village is the native heart and soul of the land, offering vivid flavors, a friendly atmosphere and beautiful artwork. The murals, artifacts and illustrations will dazzle visitors with scenes from a rich native culture.


See you soon for a new Shanghaî Disneyland update!

Pictures: copyright Disney - Shendi


parker4fm said...

Does it seem that Shanghai Disneyland still lacks on rides? How much room do they have for additional development within Shanghai Disneyland? (Not for an additional park, but to add to this one)

K. Martinez said...

Definitely echoes the style of Disney's Animal Kingdom more than the traditional Adventureland. The Q’aráq looks awesome. Let's just hope it doesn't end up like the disco yeti. So far Treasure Trove and Adventureland look to be the best parts of this new park. Thanks for the continued coverage.

Brandon Piazza said...

On a side note Alain, with are your famtastic photos, I as a westerner have noticed something for the very first time! Having only read in English and french, I have always seen chinese characters as written in a standard way. But these photos really show in clear fashion that these characters have a font style that evokes time and place as well!! For example, the pirate attraction has a an embellishment on each Chinese character as it does on each western letter. Silly, I never thought of that before! Just thought I'd share my personal discovery!

K. Martinez said...

@Brandon Piazza - That's some nice detailed information you shared. I surely wouldn't have noticed it on my own. Thanks for pointing it out.