Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

$83 Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets $83 Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets During Christmas, Hong Kong Disneyland is like a scene straight out of a holiday card says TimeOut Hong Kong Disneyland boasts 36 activities across 28 hectares; thats a lot of ground to cover in just … Continue reading “Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets”

$83 Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

$83 Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

During Christmas, Hong Kong Disneyland is like a scene straight out of a holiday card says TimeOut

Hong Kong Disneyland boasts 36 activities across 28 hectares; thats a lot of ground to cover in just one day; purchase a 2-day pass and give yourself time to properly enjoy the Happiest Place On Earth.

And theres no better time to do that than now because Hong Kong Disneylands 2-day pass is nowUS$83 (HK$649) per person.

This saves 14% on regular prices and valid for use from now through to December 31, 2017. Child passes are also discounted but save less.

Note: This offer is valid for Christmas and New Years Eve, one of the prettiest times to visit Disneyland with plenty ofseasonal activities to enjoy.

Restrictions may apply. Subject to availability. Rates are subject to changes without prior notice. Prices have been converted from HK$ to US$ on December 4, 2017 on , and are subject to currency fluctuation. All tourists are eligible for this offer. Valid on any 2 days within a 7-day period, and the first visit must be on or before December 31, 2017. Guests name is printed on each eTicket. Guests name cannot be changed. Each Guest using a 2-Day Ticket is required to obtain Ticket Tag confirmation or present such personal identification as Hong Kong International Theme Parks Limited may from time to time require upon each entry into the Park for verification.

$83 — Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

$83 — Discounted 2-Day Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

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Been there, done that with Universal Studios and Legoland? Take a deep breath mamas, arm yourselves with mosquito repellent, water bottles, hats, sunblock and snacks and off you go to the worlds most famous theme park,Disneyland in Hong Kong! Whilst the Hong Kong version is smaller than its global counterparts and more suited to pre-schoolers and early primary age kiddos, some planning and co-ordination is still needed to navigate it with as little crying, fidgeting, whining and sweating as possible. And thats just you, youll need to get the kids through it too mamas!

1. Getting There Located on Lantau Island, the park is accessible via MTR (Mass Transit Railway), local and cross-boundary buses and all Urban, New Territory and Lantau taxis. Its about 25 minutes from Central by either car or MTR. Parking facilities are available and ferry access landing at Park Promenade is planned. If travelling internationally, taxis from the airport cost about HK$120 (S$20) and are a 20-30 minute ride.

2. Two is better than One Although it is possible to cover the park in a single day, you would need to be there at opening (10am), then stay for the 3pm parade and fireworks at 7.30pm. Older kids might be able to handle this but for pre-schoolers and certainly toddlers, we recommend spreading the visit over at least two days. A suggested itinerary might be:

Day 1 Queue to enter at 10am (hello Hong Kong), cover Main Street (shops, character interaction if you are lucky and the fancy double decker bus). Also cover Fantasy Land as it has the most rides with ones conducive to the whole family (i.e. littlies). Break for lunch and if you have time and energy cover nearby Tomorrow Land. Go back for naps or a general regroup before re-entering the park about 5pm to cover Tomorrow Land (if you hadnt already) and to catch the 7.30pm fireworks.

Day 2 Cover Adventure Land, Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch and Mystic Point which are all at the other side of the park. These lands have fewer rides than Fantasy Land and not everyone might be able to do them given either height and/or fear factor restrictions. (Runaway Mine Cars, Space Mountain and RC Racer are roller coasters with height restrictions and Mystic Point might be too frightening for some). Stay for the 3pm parade, making sure to find a spot by 2.45pm along Main Street or the roundabout before calling it a day.

3. Discount Deals Children under 3 are free to enter the park. If you have older children and plan to stay at one of the Disney hotels, it is worth getting a Magic Access card. A Silver childrens card costs HK$600 (about S$99)and gives free admission to the park for a year. Together with hotel, dining and (inevitable) merchandise purchases, the card pays for itself in admission and discounts. Take along photo identification for entry to the park if using the card a photo on your phone of the front page of the passport will suffice.

4.FastPass Queues on a weekday are bearable and even on a Saturday if you get there at opening. FastPass is not, unfortunately, a separate ticket allowing you to bypass the queues but it is included in your ticket for certain rides (currently Space Mountain and Winnie the Pooh but check before you go for updates). You put your entrance ticket into a machine near those rides to get a FastPass. It will have a time stamp for you come back at that time and re-enter those rides with priority.

5. Snacks & FoodRestaurants and cafs serve hot or cold meals with a range of Asian and Western food depending on the land. Treat stands also abound so pack your own snacks unless you dont mind children filled with sugar and ice and things a little too nice! Also make sure you water, water, water the kids

6. Prams If you do not want to lug yours along, these can be hired from the Main Street Fire Station complete with rain covers. Bear in mind the seats are hard and do not flip down to a lying position so they are unsuitable for a small baby and even a larger one might slide around or be uncomfortable. However they are perfect for carting about tired toddlers who like to sit up and have a stare.

7. Wet weather the shows and rides go on in a drizzle but stop in thunder and lightning so pack umbrellas and/or ponchos if you are caught in one of the vast open spaces between the lands and shelter.

8. Toilets & Hygiene the former thankfully abound and are reasonably clean with child-friendly and baby changing facilities. Still, take plenty of wet wipes and hand sanitisers for accidents or unforeseen circumstances.

9. Favourite ThingsThe Mad Hatter Teacupsusually demand more than one go for making mamas dizzy (tee hee) and giving kids a whirling good time.Its a Small Worldfascinates all with colourful animated props and feel-good theme.Dumbogives pre-schoolers the chance to fly their own elephants who wouldnt want that?Autopiaallows a car practice drive (if the munchkins make the height limit but you might still have to press the pedals for them).The Festival of the Lion Kingis the mini-musical with impressive costumes and props, andThe Flights of Fantasy Paradehas everyones favourite characters entertaining fans of any age. TheDisney in the Stars Fireworks is magical at the castle but note the weekend extravaganza is better than the weekday one. Also, if you are staying at one of the hotels, they are visible from the higher rooms without having to re-enter park.

10. Disney Hotels Given that decent hotels abound in Hong Kong, at theHollywood Hoteland theDisneyland Hotelyou are paying for convenience and not so much quality. A free shuttle bus does 15 -minute rounds between the hotels and the Disney interchange so you can come and go as you please. Hollywood Hotel is slightly less pricey but a bit more dated and be prepared to pay for extras at both hotels such as breakfast. If you get sick of hotel food (and prices), CityGate Outlets, a mall near the airport, is a short taxi ride away and has a well-stocked supermarket with Western deli food and wine, restaurants, fast food and good discount shopping.

Good luck, and be brave mamas magic memories at Disney await you!

Park Opening hours are from 10.30am to 8.30pm. A One Day General Admission ticket for Adults and over-12s starts from HKD450 and for under 12s, HKD320.

Shirani is a Singaporean-in-transit and former lawyer who accidentally turned a love of writing into a freelance career when she found herself pregnant (but not barefoot) in Germany in the middle of a financial crisis. She started writing for English publications and found the passion rekindled. The job now works fantastically around motherhood and a nomadic lifestyle, and she is thrilled to be back indulging in the action, food and travel of Asia.

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