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Hong Kong Disneyland

14 locals recommend ·

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Shan
Shan
December 13, 2016
As the newest Disneyland in the world, Hong Kong Disneyland is a must-see because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture. Walking into it, you feel you are in a wonderland. Accompanied by Mickey Mouse and other Disney friends, you start a fantastic and magical…
Xavier
Xavier
May 15, 2016
one of the famous disneyland one stop away from tung chung mtr station.
Jessa Marie
Jessa Marie
December 13, 2016
Whether this is your first visit to Hong Kong or you’re returning to refresh old memories, this comprehensive orientation is a great way to get to know Hong Kong Island, its history and its famous landmarks. During your half-day tour, a knowledgeable guide takes you to see multiple Hong Kong…
James/Lily
James/Lily
May 6, 2016
This is one of Hong Kong's most popular tourist attractions.
Lincoln
Lincoln
November 27, 2017
No need to explain why this is an attraction. Take the train from HK Station.

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