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Construction begins on Hong Kong Disneyland’s multi-year transformation

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Work has begun on Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s major transformation that will see the inclusion of new Marvel and Frozen zones.

The first attraction to open next year will be a Moana-themed entertainment venue in Adventureland.

Starting next year, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, is embarking on a six-year expansion project that promises the yearly release of new attractions and entertainment experiences.

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Future highlights at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

  • HKDL is positioning itself as ‘Asia’s Marvel epicentre’ with the opening of a new experience featuring Ant-Man, The Wasp* and S.H.I.E.L.D. in Tomorrowland. This hopes to build on the success of the Iron Man Experience which is the park’s most popular attraction.
  • An all-new, immersive Frozen-themed area will feature the characters and stories from the film ‘in amazing ways’.
  • The park’s iconic castle will also undergo a transformation to celebrate all of the Disney Princesses. It will also be the focus of a new daytime show and nighttime spectacular.

This latest expansion follows in the footsteps of a number of major new offerings including ‘Mickey and the Wondrous Book,’ which opened in celebration of HKDL’s 10th anniversary in 2015, and last year’s ‘Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover’.

In April, the resort unveiled its exploration-themed hotel, Disney Explorers Lodge – a unique offering for Hong Kong’s resort and tourism industry.

Images: Hong Kong Disneyland

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