It's a Small World in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Disneyland is patterned after Disneyland in California, and as such, it features an It's a Small World attraction housed behind the same Mary Blair style facade as the original. This is a vast improvement over the Tokyo and Florida versions, which are much less prominent and loaded inside comparatively non-descript buildings. Even on a cloudy day, the whimsical playfulness and color of the approach is noticeable. Here are several photos to illustrate the point.
|It's a Small World is branched off of the far right corner of Fantasyland.|
|Guests duck under the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad to reach the attraction.|
|The banners flanking the approach are pretty adorable.|
|Signage. Note the Chinese translation underneath.|
|And the main attraction building facade.|