Hong Kong Disneyland! | Happiest Place on Earth

Hong Kong Disneyland is very significant for me; I remember when they opened few years ago, I was only thirteen and travelling out of the country was an unattainable dream. Ten years after, I made it to my very first Disneyland! Yeyy!

They say Disneyland is Happiest place on earth and where dreams do come true. There is something so magical moment about seeing the remarkable beauty of castle, parade of stars, experience their breath taking rides and many more. One of my bucket-list is to visit all Disneyland in the world and this is only the beginning. There are so many places and adventures I’ve yet to explore and I’m so excited and enliven for the day that I can truly say I set my foot in every nook and cranny of the world.

Soberly, I can say that even if it’s quite hard to understand the HK Disney staffs because of difficulty in language speaking, thanks to signage, pamphlets and flyers for the guide. They say this Disneyland in Hong Kong is the smallest among all Disneyland in the world! I can’t believe ’cause one day exploring around is not enough for you to visit all attractions. Visiting Disneyland will not be completed if you didn’t watch their fantastic fireworks. The Disney Castle’s fireworks display was so magical and extremely beautiful, it made me really cry. The feeling is so surreal, like a childhood dream that finally came true. We spent only 1 day in Hong Kong Disneyland and visited all attractions that we can, we’re so mesmerized and wanted to slow down the time and soak up the atmosphere. To make the most out of your time here, it is best to plan your trip and decide the rides and attractions that you want to try and visit ahead of time.

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Getting around Bohol

BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR

We highly recommend this tour for those who are first time in Bohol. You will see some famous spots which are unique to the place like:

  • Chocolate Hills, which are named so because the mounds of hills look like Chocolate in the summer season;
  • Tarsier, which is considered as among the world’s smallest primates
  • Centuries-old churches (Baclayon Church)
  • Butterfly Sactuary
  • Bilar Manmade Forest
  • Blood compact
  • Loboc River
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