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  1. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    World of Frozen is now open at Hong Kong Disneyland!







    Source: https://apnews.com/article/hong-kong-disneyland-frozen-disney-dcf24e20ce3b8d4aa5ae40b029e7f940

  2. zeebefree is offline Park Investigator
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    Complete Guide to World of Frozen at Hong Kong Disneyland:
    We’re here to share a big news blowout on everything you need to know prior to visiting this Frozen-themed land upon its NOVEMBER 20 opening.


    Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs:
    Family-friendly Coaster: Before hopping aboard, you will enter through the charming Trading Post with delightful summer treasures and a selection of winter wonders on display. And of course, Oaken is here too, ready to greet you from his sauna as he wipes away the mist from the window to reveal his face.



    Frozen Ever After:
    Frozen Ever After is home to an enchanting boat ride that is perfect for the whole family! Here you will journey through the North Mountain and see Elsa’s Ice Palace, Troll Valley, and more.



    Where to eat at World of Frozen?

    Golden Crocus Inn:
    This cozy, nautical-themed quick service restaurant in Arendelle Village features a variety of offerings inspired by delicious Norwegian homey food from seafood to pasta.



    Northern Delights:
    This upscale neighborhood sweets shop features a variety of desserts and sweets, packaged gift confectionery, and cooking goods galore.



    Forest Fare:
    Over at Arendelle Forest, this quaint cart features churros, cookies, shaved ice and more.


    Character Encounters:
    Not only can you meet Anna and Elsa at Playhouse in the Woods, more Frozen friends can be found throughout the land.



    Source: https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2023/10/complete-guide-to-world-of-frozen-at-hong-kong-disneyland/

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  5. jaymieiskool is offline Senior Park Investigator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    Is the World of Frozen having soft openings to the general public?
    They are having "Magic Access" previews and Cast previews.

  6. Is the World of Frozen having soft openings to the general public?

  7. The land is beautifully themed, with some fantastic detail, kinetics, etc. Don't care much for the rides themselves, which both feel like a one-and-done. Then again I'm not a diehard Frozen fan.

    What did surprise me is that the castle isn't enterable. Seems like Disney are leaving money on the table not expanding the castle and turning it into a character dining experience. I am sure they would've clawed back the additional cost of building a proper-sized castle within a short period of selling those overpriced character meals. Even the meals at the Golden Crocus Inn seem overpriced for what they are, so they could easily charge top dollar for Castle + Characters.

  8. ClintonHT is offline Senior Park Investigator
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    I'll be there this weekend to enjoy the new land. The thing to remember for anything HKDL - Land size is so small and they can't just 'get more land'. Also need to remember it is reclaimed land so anything that is super heavy (like the castle) still sinks a little after construction.

  9. jaymieiskool is offline Senior Park Investigator
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    I'm sorry, I wasn't clear just now, I meant like 2nd best kids-based Vekoma attraction (e.g. Barnstormer, Gadget's, etc.). Yup sorry!

  10. 2nd best Vekoma?
    I'm pretty sure that you will agree that there are many more that are way better than the two: Expedition Everest, Tron, Guardians: Cosmic Rewind (The longest Indoor Coaster in the World btw.), Big Thunder Mountain (DLP), Space Mountain (DLP), even the Rock'n Rollercoasters.

    I think it's more like a "nice to have" attraction, especially for kids. Of course, it's a Disney-Coaster, so people and Disney are hyping it to the moon. Because of the lack of attractions in Paris, this would be a nice addition as well... . But yeah, maybe they will get it in 2030 as a big third face Expansion :')

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