Friday, October 13, 2017

Hong Kong Disneyland Starts Construction on Multi-Year Expansion

Hong Kong Disneyland starts construction of multi-year expansion and soon you’ll be able to step into the storytelling world of Frozen, Marvel and more like never before at Hong Kong Disneyland! "Today’s special moment marks the start of six years full of exciting new attractions and entertainment, with experiences opening almost every year through 2023. This comes on the heels of several amazing additions to the resort this year, including the opening of Iron Man Experience and Disney Explorers Lodge."

In case you missed it, we previously shared that we’re opening two new immersive areas themed to the incredibly popular Frozen and Marvel brands. Both will include exciting attractions that transport you into your favorite stories and bring you face-to-face with some of your favorite characters. We’re excited to share that the thrilling new Marvel attraction will feature Ant-Man, The Wasp and S.H.I.E.L.D. Check the opening dates on the map above.

We’ll also open a new entertainment venue in Adventureland which will feature lively entertainment with the newest heroine from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Moana. To top it off, we’re transforming the castle to pay tribute to all of the Disney princesses, and we’re creating new daytime and nighttime entertainment to showcase the incredible new backdrop.

 It’s all coming to Hong Kong Disneyland starting next year, in 2018, with the opening of a Moana-themed stage show and the Marvel Ant-Mann ride where was before ether Buzz Lightyear ride!

Pictures: copyright Disney


Brandon said...

Can’t wait to see what the new castle looks like!

La Rs said...

It all sounds amazing and I am happy that despite Shanghai Disneyland they are investing in HKDL

Tom said...

Very cool pictures :)

It's great to see this expansion (finally) getting started.

It's gonna be an exciting 6 years in HKDL :)

The Disney Dudebro said...

Would be nice to get some Marvel rides at Walt Disney World. Too bad the theme park agreement with Universal makes that impossible! :(