We arrived on the Disney train and the kids onboard were so excited! We loved the live show, Mickey and the Wondrous Book. It showcases a few Disney Princesses, Olaf and Elsa, Goofy and of course, Mickey. The show is in Chinese but there is a screen with English subtitles.
Various princesses make appearances throughout the day at the Royal Princess Gardens and Fantasy Gardens but not all princesses appear everyday. Staff are helpful in checking who will appear and at what time. Kids can also dress up at the Royal Princess Gardens (for a fee I think) for a picture opportunity or just for fun.
Fantasyland has rides suitable for younger kids. The Dumbo ride, Tea Cup ride and the Carousel. The boats in “It’s a Small World” stalled when we were in it. The music continued playing interspersed with announcements of a glitch. Drove us nuts. After some 15 nightmarish minutes, staff came and escorted us out on foot. We should have asked for priority passes to re-enter because when we re-entered the ride much later, we waited 30 minutes in the queue.
We had noodles and rice for lunch at Clopin’s Festival of Foods. Not bad for a theme park!
They say this is not the biggest Disneyland but who cares? It’s Disneyland and it’s good but It’s a Small World is still playing in my head.
Tip: Beat the crowd as much as possible. Go early, go all the way inside and start at e.g. Fantasyland, Toy Story Land or Mystic Point and work your way out from there.
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