Friday, February 5, 2016

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.

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