Enchanted Storybook Castle
From the moment I started planning my China trip I knew a Disney trip was also in order. There’s no way I would pass up a Disney Day! I thought you might want to know my thoughts and tips for this park.
Toy Story Hotel
Tip number one
Stay on property. There are two Hotels on property and they give you early access to the parks among other benefits.
Tip number two
Contrary to how it works in North America, you should buy your park passes at the hotel. If you do this you will receive an extra fast pass that they will book for you on the spot for whatever time you want.
Tip number three
Getting there early is key and you will need your passport to enter the parks.
Tip number four
Still do your research of where the rides are and which ones are the toughest to get on. This park can get crazy. You can find the map to the park here .
The first bus left the hotel at 710 and I was of course on it. By the time we queued, got through the lines and security we were at in at 740. A whole hour and twenty minutes before everyone else was let in. In that amount of time I was able to get on all of the rides that tend to have big line ups. I was then able to take advantage of the single rider lines.
Once it was time to stop and eat it was starting to get busy. This can only mean one thing in the parks. It time for shows and a character meet and greets where the lines are not long.
Even though the shows were not in English for me I thoroughly enjoyed them. The acrobats and technology incorporated with the shows are second to none.
There is a lack of restaurants in the park and all of the food carts close super early. This is easily rectified by the fact that the park is right next door to Disney Town. For me I wasn’t willing to give up my park time to leave and eat.
TRON Lightcycle Power Run
After I saw two of the shows the lines were small again to get back on the rides. The longest I waited was 20 minutes in line and that was only once.
I was really impressed with all of the rides. This is a new park so even the old favorites had something different about them. I will not spoil this for you but it does make it worthwhile to go on every ride.
I spent a full 13 hour day here and it was well worth the sore and tired feet.
If you have any questions about Shanghai Disneyland or any other aspect of my trip to China I would love to chat with you and help organize your trip! Call me at 306-934-3400 or email email@example.com.