Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Exploring Hong Kong Disneyland Day 2

Waking up wasn't that difficult whenever you're in vacation - this has always been true in my case and enjoying another day at the park will also make it easier for kids to wake up early. Since there were no breakfast included in our room, we opted for a heavy buffet breakfast at Chef Mickey. For HKD 198, we got to enjoy a wide selection of international dishes, not to mention that most of them had a "touch" of Disney in it. The warm and well-lit interior looked liked a modern diner with Mickey-inspired interiors. Too bad Mickey wasn't around during breakfast for meet and greet but I do hope on my next visit, I'll be able to catch and have a photo taken with Mickey.


Check-out time was 11am and park opens at 10am. Since we didn't want to waste so much time, we decided to check-out at 945 and leave our luggage with them. The queue for the shuttle buses were longer compared to yesterday but it was moving fast as buses came one after the other. Arriving at Disneyland, we decided to head to Main Street because most of the meet-and-greet Characters are there by 10am. Queue was not so long (except for Mickey and Minnie) so we decided to fall in line to meet Donald and Daisy.

Main street always has interesting entertainment, we were able to see the morning Parade, mini-entertainment shows that suddenly pops out of nowhere. They make sure that each time you visit, there is a unique experience to make you want to go back. We entered their glass souvenir shop and saw one of their glass artist do his masterpiece. I was amazed on how he meticulously made each portion of a gorgeous display using only glass and fire - no wonder it's very expensive. 

Since we only had limited time due to our schedule for the day, we decided to make the most out of our day 2. We headed back to Toy Story Land to ride the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop. Prior to heading towards the queue, we saw Jesse and decided to have a photo with her. Toy soldiers then had their mini-show and although their language was in Cantonese, we were entertained by their actions. We were the first in line again when we arrived the Parachute Drop. The ride may seem simple but I kept on shouting the entire duration because of the feeling of literally being dropped. It was a nice experience though and recommended to those who wanted to feel thrilled.

Before heading back to the exit, we took one last photo with Stitch. Day 2 was pretty short since we only had 2 hours but personally, I enjoyed day 2 more because we had more encounters with Disney characters. Will definitely go back to enjoy more attractions and characters and of course, Mystic Point! 
Disney-inspired Precious Moments Souvenir that we bought
Cheftonio's Compilation Video of our HK Disneyland Day 2 (May 2013)

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