The Hong Kong Christmas Station
Look at the scene below. It looks familiar, doesn't it? It looks like classic Disney, right? But seasoned eyes will soon notice differences in this scene and a nearly identical one from Walt Disney's original Magic Kingdom. For one, there is no fencing in front of the planter. And the brickwork is too perfect. In fact, everything about the architecture is too perfect--because Hong Kong Disneyland was built to 21st century building tolerances, which means that all the little imperfections from the 1950s construction just aren't there in its Asian counterpart.
Still, at the end of the night, both make for a beautiful portrait!
|Christmas outside the Disneyland Railroad Main Street Station... in Hong Kong Disneyland!|
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