Hong Kong Disneyland Information

Last Updated on: May 23rd, 2024

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Hong Kong Disneyland is a world-class theme park and resort located on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. It is the first Disney theme park in China and the fifth Disney resort worldwide. Opened on September 12, 2005, the park is a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and the Hong Kong Government.

Spread over 310 acres, Hong Kong Disneyland is designed in a similar style to the original Disneyland in California but features unique cultural elements that cater to the local audience. The park is divided into several themed lands, each offering a blend of classic Disney attractions and experiences with elements inspired by Chinese culture and traditions.

Main Street, U.S.A. welcomes guests at the entrance with its charming early 20th-century American town setting. Fantasyland is a fairytale kingdom featuring iconic attractions like “It’s a Small World” and “Sleeping Beauty Castle.” Adventureland offers an immersive jungle experience with attractions such as “Jungle River Cruise” and “Tarzan’s Treehouse.”

Tomorrowland takes visitors on a futuristic journey with thrilling rides like “Iron Man Experience” and “Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters.” Grizzly Gulch is a Wild West-themed land with the unique “Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars” roller coaster. Toy Story Land immerses guests in the world of toys with attractions like “Slinky Dog Spin” and “RC Racer.”

The newest addition to the park is “Mystic Point,” an enchanted forest with a mysterious and immersive storyline centered around Lord Henry Mystic’s mysterious Museum of Antiquities.

Throughout the year, Hong Kong Disneyland hosts seasonal events and celebrations, such as Chinese New Year and Halloween, with special decorations, shows, and character experiences.

In addition to the theme park, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort includes two Disney-themed hotels, the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hollywood Hotel. These hotels offer guests a magical stay, with themed rooms, character meet-and-greets, and exclusive resort experiences.

Hong Kong Disneyland is committed to providing world-class entertainment, service, and guest experiences. It features live shows, parades, and character appearances, allowing visitors to meet their favorite Disney characters up close.

As part of Disney’s commitment to environmental sustainability, Hong Kong Disneyland incorporates eco-friendly practices throughout the resort. The park actively engages in various conservation and community programs, promoting environmental awareness and responsibility.

Hong Kong Disneyland has been a significant tourist attraction in the region, drawing visitors from Hong Kong, Mainland China, and beyond. It has become a cherished destination for families, Disney enthusiasts, and visitors of all ages, offering a magical escape into the world of Disney and the joy of immersive storytelling and entertainment.

Hong Kong Disneyland Fun Facts

Location of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:

Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island, Hong kong

What year did Hong Kong Disneyland open:


How big is Hong Kong Disneyland Resort?

320 acres

How big is Hong Kong Disneyland?

68 acres

Majority owner of Hong Kong Disneyland:

Hong Kong Government (53%)

Hong Kong Disneyland’s capacity (daily):

34,000 visitors

Total Hong Kong Disneyland attendance since it opened:

64 million guests

Last updated 6/23/17

Hong Kong Disneyland revenue for 2017:

HK$5.1 billion (US$652 million)

Hong Kong Disneyland attendance total for 2017:

6.2 million

Hong Kong Disneyland attendance total for 2016:

6.1 million

Hong Kong Disneyland attendance total for 2015:

6.8 million

Hong Kong Disneyland attendance total for 2014:

7.5 million

Disney’s ownership share of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:


Last updated FY 2021

Amount of land that makes up Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:

310 acres

Number of Disney-owned hotels at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:

3: Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Hollywood Hotel and Disney Explorers Lodge

Amount Disney is spending on their 2017 upgrade and expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland:

$1.4 billion

Number of rooms at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort hotels:

1,750 rooms

Last updated FY 2021

Number of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort employees:

7,300 cast members

Last updated 6/23/17

Number of lights used in the Hong Kong Disneyland “Disney Paint the Night” parade:

740,000 lights

Last updated 6/23/17

Amount that Hong Kong Disneyland Resort generated in value for Hong Kong in 2016:

HK$8.7 billion (US $1.12 billion)

Number of themed lands in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:

7 (Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tommorrowland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point and Toy Story Land)

Sleeping Beauty Castle in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is one of the most photographed spots in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is the fifth Disney theme park and the first ever built in China

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