Travelogue: Hong Kong Guide (Ep2) Disneyland HK


I am back to continue my story in Hong Kong.

Day 4: 
Hong Kong Disneyland.

I had my breakfast at Red Rice 米飯主題餐廳 nearby my hotel. This restaurant had receive a numbers of awards and recommendations.

I had their mix and match breakfast set!

2 Pieces of soft and moist pancakes, well fried luncheon meat, buttery sweet corn and addictive scrambled egg.

RATE: 3/5

When to order a bowl of cereal with condensed milk. It was sweet and good.

RATE: 4/5

Red Rice 米飯主題餐廳
47 Tai Tsun St

Opening Hours: Daily: 7am-11pm

Next, I headed to Disneyland!

You can buy your ticket at it will be slightly cheaper from the counter. 

From Disney Parks’ first Marvel-themed ride, the all-new ‘Iron Man Experience’ to ‘Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover’, Hong Kong Disneyland offers immersive and unforgettable experiences that cannot be missed.

All New Iron Man Experience — Presented by AIA

Stark Expo
Here you immerse yourself in the amazing world of Stark Industries!

The Stark Expo is divided into several exhibition halls. In the Hall of Protection, you can get up close to the iconic Iron Man MARK III suit and other leading advancements in the sphere of defense. Then get an inside look at how the arc reactor provides enough clean and sustainable energy to power an entire city in the Hall of Energy; followed by the Hall of Mobility, where you will see the latest technological masterpiece from Stark Industries — the gravity-defying Iron Wing.

Iron Man Experience
Pick up a pair of StarkVision Glasses and prepare to be launched into a whole new era. Once you’re cleared for take-off, you’ll be taken on a thrilling aerial tour of the city to get a unique perspective of the latest and tallest addition to the Hong Kong Skyline — Hong Kong Stark Tower. Just a word of warning: there are reports of Hydra elements operating in the region. Be prepared for action!

Iron Man Tech Showcase — Presented by Stark Industries
This is your chance to meet Iron Man himself for real. After safely touching down from your Iron Wing ride at Hong Kong Disneyland and the Stark Expo, don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at the Iron Man Tech Showcase — Presented by Stark Industries.

Star Wars™: Tomorrowland Takeover

Celebrate Star Wars with ‘Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover’, with exclusive experiences for Star Wars fans! Reimagined from Space Mountain, you will walk past a gigantic X-wing starfighter, flight suits and pilot helmets on your way to try your skill as a rebel pilot in the Hyperspace Mountain, before meeting legendary Wookiee warrior Chewbacca and resourceful astromech droid R2-D2 at Star Wars: Command Post.

Experience Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, adapted exclusively for Hong Kong Disneyland. Aspiring younglings (aged 4-12) will be recruited to don Jedi robes and join a secret training session with Jedi masters on how to use the Force, and their wit, to wield lightsabers! So join the Star Wars action by becoming a brave pilot, hero of the Resistance or Jedi Knight!

Mickey and the Wondrous Book

This brand new stage performance is an epic journey through an enchanted storybook. As the pages turn, you will be immersed in seven beloved Disney tales, including The Jungle Book with Baloo and King Louie; The Little Mermaidwith Ariel; Tangled with Rapunzel; Brave with Merida; Aladdin with the Genie, Aladdin and Jasmine; The Princess and the Frog with Tiana and of course, an epic ‘happily ever after’-style Disney finale, Frozen with Princess Anna and Queen Elsa.

Disney in the Stars’ with All New Castle Projection

With cutting-edge technology, lighting effects and all-new video projection, the “Disney in the Stars” fireworks show is now even more awe-inspiring! Your favourite stories and characters will be joined by some new friends, including Joy and Sadness from Inside Out, Nemo and Dory from Finding Nemo and the new upcoming release Finding Dory, Hiro and Baymax from Big Hero 6, and Lightning McQueen from Cars.

It was easy to get to Disneyland HK via MTR! 

Saw Taiwan Celebrities filming at Disneyland HK! 

Took my lunch at this fast food restaurant in Disneyland. 

Order a 2 piece chicken meal and chicken chop set meal. 

Their fried chicken was well fried, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
The chicken chop was terrible awful!

Dinner settled at this Chinese eatery place nearby my hotel. 

95 Ivy St, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

Opening Hours: Daily: 11am-12am
I was very disappointed with the food. The worst food thru out my entire trip! 
The broth was tasteless, the dumpling wasn't fresh and blend too. The drunken chicken was good too, it was on the blend side and the chicken was quite tough. 

Stay tune for my last part of story in Hong Kong.

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