DISNEYLAND Hong Kong Disneyland is the only Disneyland located in Asia!
the happiest place on earth... With princesses fluttering around and heros out to save the day Disneyland is full of fun and adventure. In 2012 & 2014 three new ‘lands’ will be opening up, increasing Disneyland’s size and doubling its amount of rides. These new lands are called Grizzly Trail (opening in 2012), Mystic Point, and Toy Story Land. Hong Kong Disneyland may be the happiest place on Earth but it is also one of the most crowded. The long lines can be quite obnoxious especially during peak park hours. By using relative location and arriving at certain times your stay at Disneyland may be a happier one. Relative location basically means Minding your destination in relation to other places, landmarks, or compass directions. Hong Kong Disneyland is located in the northeastern tip of Lantau Island. You can arrive there via MTR, car, bus, ferry, or taxi. The cheapest and most common way is by the means of the MTR line. Take the Tung Chung line to Sunny Bay station and transfer
to the Disneyland Resort line. It goes directly to the Disneyland Park. Walk straight out of the MTR station so that you pass under the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort sign. Follow the wide path and pass the fountain with the statue of a giant whale and mickey standing on top of it. You will arrive at a long row of ticket booths. The park hours are from 10:30am to 8:00pm so if you want to beat the afternoon crowds then it is best to go early. Once you are inside the park you will arrive at bustling Main Street. This is where you can purchase souvenirs and shop. Walk straight to the street’s end and you will see Disney’s main 
attraction, Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Here characters will arrive every 30 minutes of the hour so look around. They start at 10:30 am and end at 5:30 pm. If you would prefer to visit Disneyland at night then grab some dinner at the Royal Banquet Hall in Fantasyland,
which is straight through the castle gates, and head back to Main Street to get a full view of the dazzling Mireworks and marvelous parade. To the right of the magniMicent castle is Tomorrowland and to the left is Adventureland. Head over to Space Mountain in Tomorrowland Mirst while the lines are shorter. There is a separate line for people who don’t mind riding the attraction alone which is much faster than the queue for groups. If roller coasters are not for you then walk straight from the Space Mountain exit across the pathway to Fantasyland where it is sure to be sweeter. Spin in some teacups in front of the “It’s a small world” ride and then head over to Adventureland to travel along on the perilous jungle river cruise. To do so walk straight passed the brightly colored Cinderella Carousel and the Dumbo the Flying Elephant rides. Proceed
What’s your favorite ‘land’?
Buzz LightYear in Tomorrowland Adventureland Tomorrowland
Fantasyland Main Street
along the path with the Liki Tikis and you will soon see a large sign proclaiming that you have arrived at the Jungle River Cruise. By the time you have Minished playing on these three rides the park will have started to become more crowded. Enjoy the rest of the entertainment until you tire out. If you are inside Fantasyland then go to the Fantasy Train Station behind the Cinderella Carousel, which will take you directly to the front of Main Street, USA. Head back to the MTR station and board the train. For those who are staying in one of the Disneyland hotels walk past the MTR station and take a left. Walk straight to the bus station where busses leave every 15 to 20 minutes to the hotels. Overall Disneyland is a small park in comparison to Disney World and other Disneylands but it can still be a fun day trip as long as you plan ahead.
Got a GPS? Go on an adventure using absolute location to find Disneyland. Absolute location is one way of identifying where The difference between absolute and relative a place is. As deMined by About.com, absolute location: location is “a point on the earth’s surface Absolute location is where a place is expressed by a coordinate system such as located through a coordinate system latitude and longitude.” Absolute location whereas relative location is where a can also be written as a precise address. place is located relative to other It’s Absolute! Road maps, atlases and Global Positioning landmarks. Systems (GPS) all use absolute location. It is a description of a place independent of Alphanumeric location is a method of other places. There are four identiMiers of Minding absolute location. It is a system absolute location: longitude and latitude, Prime t h a t u s e s a n a l p h a n u m e r i c g r i d . A n Meridian, Tropic of Capricorn/Cancer, and the alphanumeric grid consists of lines that split a International Dateline. map into squares with letter along the side and numbers across the top and bottom. CAN YOU FIND YOUR WAY THROUGH THE MAZE?
HONG KONG DISNEYLAND HOTEL
Absolute location is split into four sections: Direction (NESW)- HoursMinutes- Seconds. Below are the absolute locations of—
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel— N22º18’33.12”
Space Mountain— N22º18’59.04”
Learn about scales, alphanumeric location, symbols, and compasses. A map is used to Mind and locate a simpliMied view Point symbols. Area colours: used for larger areas of the Earth. It consists of four parts, an s natural features, lakes, parks and cities. alphanumeric grid, scale, compass and the legends. These are the four key components of the Line symbols: May connect place (roads, railroads, map and each has it’s own certain speciMics of the rivers) or divide them (Boundaries). Point symbols: Uses small design for towns, map.Normally a map would usually have an campgrounds, and other human activities. alphanumeric grid but since Disneyland’s Disneyland map shows four sections of each map is a theme park there is no need theme, Main Street U.S.A, Tomorrowland, for one. Fantasyland and Adventureland. These What makes a Scales are used in most maps to four sections in the map show the map a map? determine the distance of that boundaries between the parks. Also each particular view, of place or land. You section has point symbols; showing will notice that it might be shown as a restaurants, rides and toilets. statement scale; for example 1 cm= 1 km. The difference between absolute and relative Meaning that each centimetre is equivalent to 1 Kilometre. However, the map that is shown above location: Absolute location is where a place is located doesn’t have a statement scale. Compasses are through a coordinate system whereas relative used to show the direction of the area you are location is where a place is located relative to heading to. At the top right edge of the map is a other landmarks. Alphanumeric location is a compass. Normally it’s a simply arrow or a method of Minding absolute location. It is a system compass rose, often but not always. that uses an alphanumeric grid. An alphanumeric There are three types of symbols to understand in grid consists of lines that split a map into squares using the legend; Area colours, Line symbols, with letter along the side and numbers across the top and bottom.
building disneyland With a total of 39 attractions and entertainment sites, the construction of Disneyland was not an easy task. Reclaimed Land Disneyland’s construction began in January 2003. The theme park was built on reclaimed land causing many controversies along the way. Environmental activists had warned that reclamation would disrupt sea life, pollute waters by releasing toxins into the sea and that air pollution would be a serious issue both during construction and after-‐ daily Mirework display. Many Mish in Ma Wan have died as a result of Disneyland’s reclamation. The construction of the theme park resort required: 2 million cubic meters of top soil to support the site, 57 km worth of pipelines, 11km of cables, and a thousand manholes. According to a HKSAR government press release the project was estimated to cost $14.1 billion to build, net economic beneMits reach “$148 billion over 40 years”. The land premium for phase I of Disneyland was $4 billion. Thus the projected beneMits outweigh the environmental costs of the man-‐ made land. Space Mountain “The theme park’s only roller coaster was hard to build.” Said Wan Yu Man, a construction manager. Designed by Vekoma,
Space Mountain is an indoor roller-‐coaster located in Tommorowland and has a total track length of 1052 Space meters. The track is Mountain in 22.7m high with its Tomorrowland largest drop of 5.15m high. Slanted steel beams were as machines and repeatedly attached to form a cone do certain movements to mimic shaped roof for the cylindrical real animals. Though some argue structure, in which the roller using fake animals deMies the coaster lies in. This site is the purpose of the safari tour, the tallest structure within Hong most signiMicant beneMits such Kong Disneyland. Its unusual animals present is that they do shape resembles a crater from not pose as any form of danger outer space. for visitors and do not require extensive care. Visual Enhancements In order to avoid as many visual Queuing Up obstructions as possible, Hong Kong Disneyland is the Disneyland has adopted a world’s smallest Disney style method of using natural theme park and being the only resources, like trees to shield the one in China, is extremely publics view of less aesthetically crowded. Each ride or show has pleasing man-‐made sites such as a speciMic area cut off for lining CLP power stations and service up. The area for all these areas. sections takes up a signiMicant proportion of Disneyland’s Safety space. Mickey’s Philhar Magic for Another manmade feature of instance has a portion of its line Disneyland is its ‘wild animals’. covered by a roof, which can be Those who visit Adventureland very useful during days with bad can see many safari animals all weather. Many visitors complain of which have been built by about long lines. Anna, a mother humans. These animals function of 3 Disney fans, said: “(when it
is crowded) We often reach the line and see a sign saying we must wait for 2 or more hours. My children are young, they cannot wait patiently for that long.” A Fastpass option is also available for visitors who opt to take shorter lines by retrieving tickets from man-‐made machines that allocate a time in which they can come back to enjoy the ride. To further address this issue, Disneyland should open more single rider lines for visitors, so they can enjoy shorter waits. This can be done by using metal railings to mark a separate area for those who wish to visit attractions on their own, or would not like to line up for so long.
buy anything must pass through. In addition there are many mobile stands that sell various snacks, positioned throughout the theme park. For the majority these booths are considered to be a convenience, however a number of visitors feel that they block pathways.
Hotel Construction Disneyland currently has two hotels: Disneyland Hotel and Disneyland Hollywood Hotel. The hotels contain 400 and 600 rooms, and are 6 stories and 8 stories high respectively. Disneyland Hotel was constructed based on a 20th century theme, whereas the Hollywood Hotel has a more entertainment-‐based theme. At Shops the peak of construction, At the end of almost every Disneyland had approximately attraction there is a themed shop 4000 construction workers for people to stop by. These working at various sites with shops are indoor and air-‐ some located at both hotels. conditioned, however they are often the only exit from rides, thus those who do not wish to
“$148 billion over 40 years”
What are these photos of? Top photo - The last part of the Sleeping beauty castle is being attached. Middle photo - Space mountain during the construction of Tomorrowland. Bottom photo - Laying out Adventureland. Bottom Left side photo The fountain along the pathway to the park. It is used as a way to trap luck using Feng Shui.
tinfoil. The children can be very cute, as they all believe us to be real. Most of them are quite shy while of few of them are extraordinarily bold. They love to ask us questions but being Minnie mouse I’m not supposed to be able to talk so instead I have to mime out the answers.
What’s one word that sums up Disneyland? I believe that I’ll need two. Crowded and magical, in that exact order. I’ve worked at Disneyland for 4 years now and the magic of this environment is starting to wear off. The majority of the visitors are from Mainland China making the We are required to be able to speak atmosphere crowded and noisy. Most of Cantonese and English so that we can them come on tours in large groups, An interview communicate with the visitors. All of which add to the lengthy queues. On a with Minnie the attractions are quite innocent and good day visitors will take multitudes of Mouse are built on the theme of childish fun photos and shop for all the souvenirs along with masses of heroic characters that they can hold. Families are the main from Disney’s stories that roam the park. sightseers but couples and friends like to The y ounger girls tend to be quite exited when come as well. they discover a princess at the castle while the All of us actors must don our costumes and smiles young boys are overjoyed at the sight of Buzz Light-Year. Everything here is G-‐rated so all no matter the day. The summer weather can be quite hot and the characters with full body suits, audiences can enjoy the rides, entertainment, facilities, and characters. such as myself, feel as though we’re roasting in MINNIE MOUSE’S ANNUAL COSTUMING
A little girl (Suri Cruise, age 6) let us interview her about her experience at Disneyland. See first hand what it is like inside a child’s mind when the characters appear. Suri I love going to Disneyland because I can see all of the fairytales come to life. Fantasyland is my favorite part of Disneyland because I can meet all the princesses and characters. I wore my own princess dress and was so excited when I spotted a princess wearing the exact same one as me! She was really sweet and her name was Aurora. Mom took loads of photos and gave me my own tiara! It is so exciting coming here with all of these rides, princesses, and sweets. When I met Minnie Mouse she was really kind to me and smiled the entire time. I asked her lots of questions about what it was like to live in Disneyland and how Mickey was
Meeting the Characters Suri’s Mother This was our first time visiting Disneyland with Suri and we are sure to be visiting again soon! Suri had such a wonderful time with the characters who were all very sweet and kind to her. Although it was quite crowded we had purchased Fast Passes making the queues shorter for us and mineralize Suri’s impatience.
“Minnie Mouse is my favorite character!”
doing and she acted out all of the answers. Everything at Disneyland seems so magical and surreal. The rides are super-‐cute and my favorite is Cinderella’s Carousel. Last time I went to Disneyland, Princess Aurora stole me from my parents and handed me over to Cinderella. She then walked to the castle with Prince Charming and told him that she needed to change her shoes. I was going to go inside the castle with her to the rows of glass slippers but then my Dad found me and took me away. I wish I could of stayed with Cinderella because she was so caring. Next time that I visit Disneyland I can’t wait to see her!
Disneyland has some unique land features however most of One of the good advantages of Hong Kong’s Disneyland those land features are reclaimed lands. resort was that it is near the ocean, which a dock was constructed. Before constructing Disneyland’s 5th resort in Penny Bay, Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, the SAR Government undertook Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with four distinct a massive land reclamation project. Because Lantau Island seasons, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 33°C. has somewhat high elevations of land, making it difHicult to While summer bringing typhoon season from May to construct rides. The project has an expandable land of 310 September, the Hong Kong Disneyland resort has some acres, which to place the park with hotels and recreation regulations of inclement weather. To insure the guests centre and Inspiration Lake. safety, from red to black rainstorm and typhoon signal 1 to 9 or 10. Each has it’s own regulations for different circumstances.
human environmental interaction Is Disneyland a positive addition to Lantau?
What is Hong Kong Disneyland’s view and contribution to the local environment? Working with the Community Hong Kong Disneyland is well aware of its growing waste production. In order to prove to the public that it cares about the community and the environment Disneyland has hosted many ‘green’ activities. There is a nature walk where students can hike around Disneyland Resort and are given a choice between 5 different trails. Each hiking group is provided with an Eco-‐guide who will discuss why it is important to protect the environment and bring awareness towards different plants and trees. They’ve also created the Disney’s environmental challenge where it visits schools to educate children about waste reduction, saving energy, saving water, and helping to keep the air clean. So far 350,000 students have participated in this activity. Furthermore, Disneyland Hong Kong is a Mirm supporter of Earth Day. Volunteers visit young children and teach them about the importance of conserving resources through games and activities. In 2007 Disneyland created the Go Out to the Wild activity where volunteers and their families can plant trees. Overall Hong Kong Disneyland is mindful of their environmental
contribution and wishes to improve on their environmental action and public image.
Environmental Management Disneyland’s method of maintaining an appropriate level of is to: • Comply with local laws and regulations • Raising awareness on environmental actions • Seeking and driving environmental initiatives above local requirements. One of the theme park’s environmental initiatives is energy conservation whereby they have used various alternative technologies in order to cut down electricity costs and save energy. For instance, Disneyland uses water-‐cooled air conditioning systems instead of air-‐cooled-‐air conditioning systems as they are much more energy efMicient. In addition, guest and back of house areas use energy saving lights instead of regular inefMicient incandescent light bulbs. There are also motion sensors in guest rooms to detect when the rooms are empty and turn off air conditioning.
hong kong disneyland to be eXpanded! Hong King Disneyland is the world’s smallest Disneyland which is one of the main reasons why most people don’t enjoy visiting. Over crowded, long lines, and annoyed visitors have contributed to Disneyland’s losses. Throughout the years since its opening in 2005 Disneyland has continuously lost money and in 2010 Disneyland lost $718 million HKD, their best year since they opened! Hong Kong Disneyland is aware of its losses and has constructed a plan to make the park better for the visitors and their wallets.
new attractions will draw new visitors and increase Disney’s annual income. By doing so Disneyland will be able to improve Disneyland in the future. Having a range of new rides will also make the park more interesting, driving previous visitors to come explore. These three lands were chosen based on feedback from visitors, proving that Disneyland cares about its guests opinions and takes them seriously. The main feedback that they received was that there were not enough rides for young adults (people aged 18-‐25). So guess what? They’re building them! Two of the three lands are directed at young adults, Frontierland and Mystic Point.
Hong Kong Disneyland expansion will include 3 new ‘land’s; Toy Story Land, Frontierland (also known as Grizzly Trail), and Mystic Point. These lands will be to the left of Adventureland and increase the Toy Story Land size of the park by 23%, helping Toy Story Land is aimed at to spread out the crowds. These younger children. The idea for
The new roller-coaster
The new lands... Top: Toy Story land. Here oversized toys become exciting rides. Middle: Mystic Point. A haunted house, garden, and restaurant are its main attractions. Bottom: Grizzly Trail.
Sketches from the Main Attractions Top: The single cars for the trackless ride system inside Mystic Manor. Middle: Inside the roller coaster in Frontierland before it shoots out into the outdoor section. Bottom: A booby trap inside Mystic Manor where arrows are shot across unexpecting guests.
this park came from the movie Toy Story and the toys coming to life when their owner, Andy, is away. Oversized toys have been transformed into kid friendly rides so that the kids can have fun while still feeling safe. New rides include a shuttle coaster and a drop-‐style parachute. Another great quality about this ‘land’ is that it changes people’s scale. By surrounding visitors with life size toys visitors will feel as though they truly are the size of a toy! This will provide guests with multiple photo opportunities for their memorable visit.
runs through an abandoned mine shaft! This roller coaster’s track rides around the entire ‘land’ with inside and outside areas. It will include an area where it will ride backwards and animated bears will pop out from random areas. Guests can visit the town Grizzly Gluch which is being been being tormented by bears. Water geysers and leaking structures around distributed around the town adding to the number of attractions. An old time jail house is also included to boost guest’s interest along with an Old Saloon and shop at the Bear Necessities stand for souvenirs and mining supplies. The train circulating Disneyland Mystic Point is connected to these three new Mystic Point is one of the two lands and has a station at each of new lands aimed at young adults. them. Located in a supernatural rainforest where dark events occur, Mystic Manor can be Arguments for Expansion found. Inside the manor a Disneyland’s expansions will trackless ride system takes almost double the number of visitors through each room workers at the theme park. There inside the mysterious house. are currently approximately There are booby traps and 18,000 workers within magical tikis spread throughout Disneyland that have been the Manor to make the ride a allocated amongst 3 different more exciting one. Mystic Point lands, the addition of 3 extra is also home to a bewitching lands: Mystic Mountain, Big garden Milled with illusions and Thunder Mountain, and Toy mythological Migures. An Archive Story Land, can therefore be Shop Milled with souvenirs and estimated to add another 18,000 Adventure’s Club diner is also workers to the park. being built. With a haunted theme Mystic Point is sure to Disneyland’s jobs are divided attract more teenagers then into three sectors: operations, before. entertainment and professional positions. New jobs will include: cleaners, chefs, waiters, Frontierland gardeners, costuming cast Frontierland is the second of members, duty managers the two new ‘lands’ aimed at operations team, attraction young adults. Also known as operators, characters, dancers, Grizzly Trail it will be home to musicians, vocalists, the parks new roller coaster (Big entertainment technical Grizzly Mountain Coaster) that operators, and staff in areas like:
Financial Management, Human Resources, Business Technology, Legal, Marketing, Sales, and Public Affairs. An increase in jobs will help the Hong Kong economy as more people will have jobs meaning that less will be dependent on government aid and those who get jobs at Disneyland will have more disposable income, enabling them to spend more. The Hong Kong Government owns 57% of Disneyland. An expansion of the theme park will help generate more revenue for Disney as they can have a higher total capacity and more people will be spending money once they arrive at Disneyland. Therefore the Government will have
increasing Minancial beneMits after the three new lands are open for visitors. Disneyland is one of the main attractions in Hong Kong, bringing more tourists into the city. "The hotel district in Disneyland may well develop into a sort of trendy nightlife area, similar to Lai Kwai Fong and Soho," Mr Lu said. This means that not only will the theme park attract family tourists but it will also attract tourist that are in their mid-‐20s. Compared to family tourists, young adults have more freedom in spending money, which will give Hong Kong a bigger economic boost.
Money Spent on the Hong Kong Disneyland project in Billions
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