Warning: This post is photo-heavy but kid-friendly 🙂
Since I was a kid, I’ve always dreamed of going to Disneyland. When my mom, sister and I went to the US last 2006, we didn’t have the chance to go to Disneyland. Now I know the reason why. God planned for me to go to there with my daughter and hubby and the rest of the our Hong Kong trip entourage 🙂
The main reason for visiting the home of Mickey and Minnie Mouse is to celebrate Kelsea’s 4th birthday. I wanted it to be memorable for her. I told her that only big girls are ready to see Disneyland. And when we’ll go back home, she must prove to us that she’s a big girl already. That means no drinking milk in the bottle anymore. It worked! That was hitting 2 birds with one stone 🙂
We were able to buy discounted Disney tickets thru the CTS booth in HK International Airport. Prices of 1-day regular park tickets are:
General Admission Ticket (12-64yo) – HK$399
Child Ticket (3-11yo) – HK$285
Senior Ticket (65yo & above) – HK$100
Park hours were:
Mon-Tue, Thu-Sat 10:30am – 8:00pm
Sun, Wed 10:30am – 11:00pm
HOW TO GO TO HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
Since we were staying in Yau Ma Tei and there’s an MTR exit just below the apartment where we stayed, we took the MTR going to Disneyland.
|Kelsea’s first MTR ride.|
Our route was:
|Find the hidden Mickey.|
ARRIVAL IN DISNEYLAND
|Disneyland tickets featuring Toy Story characters|
|Family pic with Mickey|
MAIN STREET, USA
Main Street, USA is what we saw first when we entered the park. It is like a 20th century American town where we had the chance to meet and greet Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. Unfortunately, the two kids were not that eager to have their photos taken. They still have the fear of mascots 🙁
|Mickey and Minnie Mouse|
|Stroller name plate.|
While walking in Main Street, we saw the shops full of Disney items. To avoid spending early, we avoided those shops and told ourselves that we’ll go back before going home.
|Mom and Dad – NOT newcomers in Disneyland.|
My parents, sister, nephew and aunt decided to stop over at a restaurant to grab a bite while Mark, Kelsea and I roamed around. We went to Adventureland and rode on a jungle boat to see the jungle. We were warned that kids might get scared on some parts of the ride.
|Woody with the father & daughter|
|Hi there, Mr. Potato!|
|Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop|
Our next destination was the Grizzly Gulch. It was a runaway adventure in the home of cowboys. Too bad we weren’t able to try the wildest ride in the West.
Time for a break. We got hungry after this. It was chow time! 🙂
Next is the Part 2 of our Disneyland adventure
Aimee Diego says
Fun! looking forward to reading about the rest of your adventure!
Glamma Momma says
Thanks! I have a long list of posts in my drafts folder lol! I need to catch up 🙂
Oh my! That’s our dream family destination too! We’d love to bring Cyler there pag kasing age na din nya si Kelsea so he can appreciate more things especially the rides! Kasi ako wala silang pag-asa sakin when it comes to rides, I’m afraid of it and afraid of heights (maybe because wala ako nun?!LOL).
Anyhoo, it was nice meeting you in person, Erl! See you on our next playdate! Sana makapag play na sila nila Kelsea! 🙂
Glamma Momma says
Yes, bring Cyler when hes’ 4 or 5 na so he can remember the trip. Si Kelsea nga gusto daw bumalik ulit. Yung rides mas maappreciate ng mga 7yo. kaya babalik pa rin kami dun. or sa ibang Disneyland na hopefully (nyikes baka magkaroon nga pala dito sa Pinas) 🙂
Nice meeting you too. Sarap ng cupcakes mo!
Hi Erl, I miss HK na after reading your HK posts. We went there last November to celebrate hubby’s bday and advance bday na rin para kay Gwen. Enjoyed looking at your photos.
Glamma Momma says
Nandun din pala kayo nung Nov? Hindi tayo nagkita!!! Lol! Hope to meet you next time Badet 🙂