Hong Kong Disneyland opened September 12, 2005 and drew 5.7 million visitors in 2019, narrowly beating Walt Disney Studios in Paris as Disney's least-attended theme park. But Disney is expanding Hong Kong Disneyland to attraction more visitors, most recently expanding its Sleeping Beauty Castle into the Castle of Magical Dreams, themed to 13 Disney queens and princesses, with a Royal Reception Hall meet and greet within.
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Other attractions include the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad, with stations on Main Street and in Fantasyland; Cinderella Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Fairy Tale Forest and Fantasy Gardens walkthroughs, It's a Small World, Mad Hatter Tea Cups, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh in Fantasyland; Jungle River Cruise, Rafts to Tarzan's Treehouse, and Tarzan's Treehouse in Adventureland; Orbitron spinner in Tomorrowland; the Intamin surfrider halfpipe coaster RC Racer, the Slinky Dog Spin caterpillar, and Toy Soldier Parachute Drop in Toy Story Land
Coming next is a "Frozen"-themed land, with a clone of Epcot's Frozen Ever After boat ride and a Wandering Oaken's Sleighs family roller coaster. The Iron Man and Ant-Man attractions in Tomorrowland also are slated to become part of the Hong Kong location of the Avengers Campus concept being developed at Disney California Adventure.
Table service options include the River View Cafe in Adventureland, and the Main Street Corner Cafe and Plaza Inn on Main Street.
Hong Kong Disneyland is located on the western edge of Lantau Island, conveniently located about eight miles from Hong Kong International Airport. Or take the MTR to Sunny Bay station and transfer to the Disneyland Resort line.