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Local Name:
香港迪士尼樂園擴張
Budget:
1.4B
Announced:
30 Jun 2009
Construction Start:
13 Dec 2009
Opening:
2023
Location:
Area:
5 ha
Developer:
Hong Kong International Theme Parks, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts
Operator:
Hong Kong International Theme Parks, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts
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  1. Sunmz is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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  2. Supersnow845 is offline Park Investigator
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    Courtesy of Hong Kong Main Street Gazette, the chicken wiring base of the mountain rockwork has now finally topped out meaning construction of the outline of the land is nearing completion



    https://www.facebook.com/hkmsg/posts/5056948400985439

  3. Supersnow845 is offline Park Investigator
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    From Disney Magical Kingdom Blog. Images show the construction of the main mountain of Arendelle has now topped out and large regions of the rock face are already complete.

    The roof of a lot of the shops is nearing completion and the reconstruction of the Fantasyland station meant as a connection point between the two halves of the new “Super Fantasyland” is also undergoing active changes.







    Source: https://www.facebook.com/DisneyMagicalKingdomBlog/posts/4833368846683681

  4. Hong Kong Disneyland has certainly seen much development over the course of a few years. With so much rapid change and many new additions going into this park without anything being removed really is great for the park. Hong Kong Disneyland was once the worst castle style park in the chain, and honestly with these new additions it is actually on its way to becoming one of the best Disney parks since it has tons of unique rides at that park alone now.

  5. It’s always been said that competition improves the consumer experience. Shanghai Disneyland really annoyed the Hong Kong government and they insisted on improving their park. I think their new castle is stunning, the frozen attraction looks very appealing and over time more and more will be added to this park. The notion that there will be no second gate at Hong Kong is still debatable. Until we actually see apartment towers on that neighbouring plot, there still is a chance they may change their mind and build a second gate. There really are only a few small plots left to expand unless they tear down back stage buildings and double up on remaining buildings for those facilities. Bottom line, this small park is gaining size and quality attractions because it is competing with the offerings in Shanghai.

  6. Really sad they're never going to get a second gate, but at least they're developing this park really well.

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  8. Wow. It finally starts looking like a real Disney park.

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  10. Supersnow845 is offline Park Investigator
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    The Quinjet attraction (and basically the whole replacement for Autopia) is still officially slated to open at HKDL however they are running into financial troubles as the cost of the ride has increased. So right now they are holding off on doing much more with the Avengers expansion till they can get the attendance bump from the completion of Frozen.

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