Fantasyland is a themed land at Hong Kong Disneyland. It features the most prominent Disney trademark, Castle of Magical Dreams and many of the classic fairy tale characters from everyone's childhood find their "homes" here, all have their own attractions, and the rest of the gang hangs out at the Fantasy Gardens, the meeting point for character greetings.
Attractions and Entertainment
- Cinderella Carousel
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Fairy Tale Forest with Pixie Hollow
- Fantasy Gardens
- Fantasyland Train Station
- It's a Small World
- Mad Hatter Tea Cups
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Mickey's PhilharMagic
- Mickey and the Wondrous Book inside Storybook Theater
- Push the Talking Trash Can
- Snow White Grotto
- Sword in the Stone
- Royal Princess Garden inside Castle of Magical Dreams
Restaurants and refreshments
- Clopin's Festival of Foods
- Popcorn Cart
- Royal Banquet Hall
- Small World Ice Cream
- Soya Chicken Leg, Corn on the Cob, Frozen Lollipops Cart
2008: It's a Small World
In 2008, Hong Kong Disneyland's version of "it's a small world" opened as the first expansion of Fantasyland. The ride, located next to Storybook Theater and behind the railroad track, is the first of its kind to feature Disney characters. An ice-cream shop is also opened along with the attraction.
2015: 10th Anniversary Celebration "Happily Ever After"
A grassland behind Mickey's PhilharMagic and next to Fantasyland Train Station was transformed into Fairy Tale Forest, an interactive walkthrough attraction featuring miniature scenes from five Disney Princesses movies. The garden also contains a new Pixie Hollow, allowing guests to meet and greet Tinker Bell.
The Golden Mickeys, a live musical stage show which has been running since the Park's opening in 2005, was also replaced by the brand new Mickey and the Wondrous Book, as part of the Park's 10th-anniversary celebration.
2020: Redesigned Disney Princesses Castle
On November 22, 2016, a multiyear expansion plan for the Park was announced. The iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle will be redesigned and expanded, with a new daytime stage show and nighttime spectacular, opening on November 21, 2020.