Your Hong Kong trip won’t be complete without going to Disneyland! Every child and child at heart would dream to see. I’m not kidding when I say that a whole day is not enough to try all the rides and see all the attractions inside Disneyland. Well, somebody told me that it would require 3 days. Now I know that she was telling the truth.
- Buy tickets from the hotel you’re staying it will save you time going through the ticket booth line. If not possible, buy tickets online. To avoid the hassle of going through the ticket booth line, which is long.
- Bring umbrellas and/or hats, any thing to shield you from sun rays and if unlucky from rain.
- Bring water or replenishment, Disneyland is so big so you’ll get thirsty at some point in time.
- Bring towels or better yet an extra shirt so you can change if you got so sweaty.
- Avoid wearing high heels shoes but if you can then I salute you.
- And most importantly don’t forget to bring your cameras. 🙂
You can see the rates and schedule on this post.
Photos taken at Hong Kong Disneyland:
Here comes the Mickey Mouse train.
The first word that comes to my mind when I hear of Hong Kong is, shopping! Moreover, there’s Disneyland, Madamme Tussauds and Ngong Ping 360 to complete the list.
We arrived early in the morning at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) Terminal 1. I really booked an early flight just so we can immediately roam around the country and maximize the time spent there. You can view our itinerary here.
Inside Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).
Arrival at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) early in the morning
Breakfast at the airport
Hotel Check in (The Empire Hotel Hong Kong at Causeway Bay)
How to get there:
Ride a bus no. E11 and alight at the last stop which is Tin Hau Station. Walked about three streets and turned right at Wing Hing St.
Fare: HK$ 21
*For details about their public buses, check it here.
Lunch near the hotel
Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
How to get there:
Bus 629 from Central Pier 7 or from MTR Admiralty Station, Exit B and alight at the park.
Fare: Buy an octopus card worth HK$100 plus a HK$50 deposit, which is refundable when you surrender your card. That would be enough for 4 days, you can also refund the remaining balance but with admin fee. Octopus card is accepted all over Hong Kong for transportation and parking, at retail outlets, self-service machines, leisure facilities and schools as well as through online.
Entrance Fee: HK$ 320 for Adult, HK$ 160 for Child aged 3-11 (check here for other rates and offers)
Operating Hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm
The Peak also known as Victoria Peak Hong Kong – Peak Tram, Sky Terrace 428 and Madame Tussauds (house of celebrity wax)
How to get there:
- Peak Tram from the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road (reach it by taking bus 15C from the lay-by outside the Star Ferry pier in Central, or walk from MTR Central Station, Exit J2.)
- Bus 15 from Exchange Square bus terminus (near MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit D)
- Minibus 1 from MTR Hong Kong Station public transport interchange.
Ticket Price for Peak Tram (Return) and Sky Terrace 428: HK$ 75 for Adult, HK$ 36 for Child aged 3-11
Ticket Price for Peak Tram (Single) and Sky Terrace 428: HK$ 63 for Adult, HK$ 29 for Child aged 3-11
Ticket Price for Peak Tram only: HK$ 40 for Adult (Return), HK$ 18 for Child (Return), HK$ 28 for Adult (Single), HK$ 11 for Child (Single)
Peak Tram Operating Hours: 7 am to 12 midnight (Mon – Sun & Public Holidays)
Sky Terrace 428 Opening Hours: 10 am to 11 pm (Mon – Fri); 8 am to 11 pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)
Entrance Fee for Madame Tussauds: HK$225 for Adult, HK$155 for Child aged 3-11 and Senior 65 and above (click here for promos)
Madame Tussauds Operating Hours: 10 am to 10 pm daily