List of 6 Disney Theme Parks Around the WorldPosted by Continental Tour Guide in Guide | 0 comments
Disneyland Park is most famous theme park of the world. Here is the list of all the locations of Disneyland around the world.
Disney Parks, originally called Walt Disney Attractions, is one of the major business segments handled by The Walt Disney Company. These parks which are situated in many parts of the world are replete with fun and entertainment as they offer theme parks, water parks, and family-oriented leisures too.
Disneyland Park is most famous theme park of the world. The first Disneyland Park was built in Anaheim, California. The Walt Disney Parks and Resorts division of The Walt Disney Company owned and operate this theme park. The park was opened for the general public on July 18, 1955. Here is the list of all the locations of Disneyland around the world:
Walt Disney World Resort, Florida
Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, claims four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, which features many of the same rides from Disneyland; the movie-themed Disney’s Hollywood Studios; Disney’s Animal Kingdom, an amusement park and zoo; and Epcot, an international-themed land where you can experience 11 different countries. The resort also has two waterparks: Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach. Unique resort accommodations include Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, 750 acres for hiking, horseback riding, archery and canoeing. Bay Lake Tower and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa are luxury hotels accessible via a complimentary water taxi.
Disneyland Park, California
Disneyland Park is a part of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. It was opened on July 17, 1955, as Disneyland, but later changed its name to ‘Disneyland Park’. This is the only theme park that was blessed by Walt Disney’s presence. This park has the most number of visitors, which is 650 million guests since it opened. The whole park consists of different themed areas called “lands” like Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Frontierland, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown, Tomorrowland, and Critter Country (earlier, “Bear Country”). There is a new addition of the “Disney California Adventure Park“, where you can enjoy huge roller coasters. Space Mountain, The Haunted Mansion, A Bug’s Land are a few of the favorite rides and attractions.
Hong Kong Disneyland, China
It was the first theme park built in the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and the other is Ocean Park Hong Kong. It officially opened on September 12, 2005. The park is owned by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks. The themed areas include Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Grizzly Gulch, Adventureland, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, and Tomorrowland. It is the smallest of the Disney parks in the world and welcomes only 34,000 visitors daily. There are plans to construct new additions to the park in the coming years, like Flying with Iron Man (2016) and opening of a new hotel in 2017.
Disney Resort, Tokyo
Tokyo Disney Resort is in Urayasu, Japan, as little as 15 minutes from Tokyo to the resort’s Maihama Station via the Japan Railway. At the resort, transportation between major attractions, including its nine hotels and two parks, is available by monorail or a shuttle service free to hotel guests. Resort parks include Tokyo Disneyland, similar to its Anaheim counterpart, and Tokyo DisneySea, a nautical-themed park with boat rides, motion simulators and roller coasters. Park-hopping is available only to those with three- and four-day passes and only after the second day. You’ll find English-speaking cast members scattered throughout the park, English maps and some stage shows with headsets that provide English translation.
Disney California Adventure
Surprisingly underrated and passed up, California Adventure winds up being loved by everyone who visits. It’s elite status entertainment, minus the pushy crowds of some of the other parks. The attractions here, like the wildly popular Cars Land, are immersive and draw you into the movies they’re based on. Dedicated to the Golden State, the park is overall a great way to spend any day. There’s more room to roam than its sister Disneyland, and pays tribute to the natural and cultural triumphs of its home. The ride Soarin’ Over California is a must-try, taking you on a tour from coast to the Sierra Nevada. That being said, what it does lack is some of the originality and creative spirit of its neighboring predecessor.
Disneyland Paris, France
Disneyland Paris was originally called “Euro Disney Resort”, and is owned by “Euro Disney S.C.A. It opened on April 12, 1992 and is the most visited park in France and Europe. It consists of two main theme parks―Disneyland Park and the Walt Disney Studios Park. Many theme names are similar to the theme names in Florida, but there are changes to the rides. Also, the Adventureland is called the Discoveryland. It’s a Small World, Space Mountain: Mission 2, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain, and Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast are a few of the major attractions of the park.