Changes made to Hong Kong Disneyland Expansion Plans
Changes have been officially confirmed for the opening dates of many of the expansions coming to Hong Kong Disneyland in the near future. The re-theme of the Buzz Lightyear ride, a new attraction themed to Ant-Man and the Wasp was supposed to be opening later this year, but has now been offficially confirmed to be pushed back until sometime in 2019.
Similarly, the castle transformation which was supposed to be happening in 2019 has been pushed back so that it will be completed for 2020. Some of the changes to the castle will include a new performance area and a lake for fountain shows!
The Frozen themed land has also been officially confirmed to have been delayed a year, and is now slated as opening in 2021.
The biggest (and best!) change that has been announced is that the new Frozen themed land which will be built at the very back of the parks Fantasyland will now include its own roller coaster, which will be similar to the likes of the Seven Dawarfs Mine Train ride at Magic Kingdom and Shanghai Disneyland!
In this time of happily-ever-after, peace and prosperity have returned to the kingdom of Arendelle. Queen Elsa has now embraced her magical ice powers, and she and Princess Anna have created a Summer Snow Day for the merriment of the kingdom. Guests are invited to take part in this joyous occasion and celebrate the day that Anna saved Elsa with an act of true love. Guests can join a musical journey to Elsa’s Ice Palace and also venture across the bridge to explore the neighboring forest. They will enjoy an exciting family thrill ride that traverses the natural landscape, built by Wandering Oaken for this special occasion. Whatever discoveries and experiences guests enjoy, they will find that Arendelle offers countless opportunities for surprise and delight during this kingdom-wide celebration.