Hong Kong Disneyland shares a lot of similarities with Disneyland in California, but when it comes to Space Mountain, the setting differs. Though the interior ride layout is identical and the experience almost exactly the same between the two, on the outside, Hong Kong's Space Mountain stands a a readily accessible show building that guests enter directly into, rather than navigate a circuitous pathway up onto the roof of another building before finally entering inside. It makes for a unique angle, and at night, it's still quite photogenic.
Always interesting to see how things vary around the world, isn't it?
Hong Kong's Space Mountain is an monument and icon in Tomorrowland.