25. Visit Hong Kong Disney
Hong Kong Disney opened back in 2005, as the third international Disney Park. Again, you will find many Disney traditional attractions as well as a host of originals. In keeping with traditional Chinese culture and customs, the park’s design and architecture follows the standard rules of feng shui. There are proposed plans for future developments and expansions in the works for this park, including Frozen- and Marvel-themed areas, a redesign of Sleeping Beauty Castle, and several new attractions, to name just a few.
24. Experience Shanghai Disney Resort
Shanghai Disney Resort is the latest international installment for Disney Parks, having opened just over a year ago on June 16, 2016. For now the resort features one main theme park, two hotels, an entertainment district, and a range of recreational pursuits, but there are slated developments to add two more theme parks as well. And like all Disney Parks you will find several traditional mainstay Disney attractions along with those unique park exclusives to enjoy.
23. View nighttime spectaculars in each park
Each Disney Park has its own display of nighttime spectaculars, and for the ultimate Disney experience you should see them all. From fireworks and castle projection spectaculars to nighttime shows and special engagements, each and every evening presentation is a one-of-a-kind marvel. One such famed favorite, for example, is Fantasmic! which can currently be seen in Disneyland (Anaheim, California), Disneyland, Tokyo, and Disney World.
22. Watch the World of Color show
A popular nighttime show to behold at Disneyland (California) is World of Color. This evening entertainment spectacular, which premiered back in 2010, features a combination of fire, lights, lasers, projection effects, and over a thousand musical water fountains. Inspiration for the show came from Walt Disney’s classic Wonderful World of Color television series and even incorporates the iconic well-loved theme written by the Sherman Brothers.
21. See Rivers of Light
Be sure to see Disney World’s new Rivers of Light nighttime spectacular, which is shown evenings at Animal Kingdom Park. Overlooking Discovery River, you will gaze in awe as a stunning display of music, lights, water effects, and high-definition projection imagery all combine for the ultimate celebration of Earth’s great animal diversity. Boats, floats, and other features and effects also take part in the grand presentation with lighted lanterns shifting to reveal notable animals from many diverse regions around the world.