Monday, May 2, 2016

Shanghaî Disneyland Update - Part One : Pictures of the Park

We'll start the week with a huge pictorial update about Shanghaî Disneyland, as since SDR train station opened last week pictures are falling from the sky as guests could have access to Disneytown, SDL Hotel, Wishing Star park, and more. And this in addition to pictures shot inside the park itself although SDL won't open before June 16.

Let's start by pictures of the park, the promenade near the lake leading to its entrance and Mickey Avenue. Also note on the picture above the vegetation between each row of the Castle shows viewing area.

New pictures of SDL Enchanted Storybook Castle, on every angles!

New picture of inside the castle, and this time the huge chandelier is in place!

Gorgeous picture of Roaring Rapids mountain with a Treasure Cove beach in the foreground.

New picture of the entrance of Pirates of Caribbean and if you look well you'll see there is apparently a courtyard inside the POTC fortress.

On the right, El Teatro Fandango where will play several times per day the awaited POTC stunt show "Eye of the Storm : Captain Jack Stunt Spectacular".

Great view of Treasure Cove with Skull Island in the foreground.

A new picture of SDL Fantasyland.

Also in Fantasyland, this picture shows part of the facade of  the Snuggly Duckling tavern restaurant.

Inside the Alice of Wonderland maze, the garden of the Red Queen.

This next picture also showing the Red Queen garden will make a perfect transition with Tomorrowland as it also shows the Jet Packs ride in test mode.

The TRON lightcycles are now in the boarding room, and they're awaiting YOU!

Editing: Just adding two new pictures of the TRON ride loading room, this time with no train.

All-right, that's it for the park pictures, in part two coming tomorrow we'll have a look at new pictures of the Shanghaî Disneyland Hotel and Disneytown near the park. In the meantime make sure to check next article about David Younger Theme park Design fantastic book, the best ever done in 60 years about how theme parks are designed!

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