Top 3 Must-Visit Disney World International Parks

The thrilling and magical world of Walt Disney has undeniably escaped and exploded worldwide. Throughout the years, it has filled fun and excitement not only to kids, but also to the older ones. The fantasy it showcases stirs so much of everyone’s imaginations and brings a one of a kind entertainment. From its humble beginning in California, where Walt Disney, the man behind all the great success, walked and started to inspire many with his creations, Disney has spread the joy it kindles to different parts of the world. Among the 5 Disneyland’s outside United States, here are the top 3 you surely wouldn’t want to miss:

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Tokyo Disney Resort

Opened in April 15, 1983, Tokyo Disney Resort was the first Disneyland theme park established outside its origin country, The United States. It occupies 494 acres in Chiba Prefecture, approximately 12 kilometers east of central Tokyo. From Nairita and Haneda international airports, it is an hour travel. In decades, it has become one of the most popular destinations families go to in Japan. It has two theme parks and four Disney hotels. In September 2001, it opened Tokyo DisneySea, a theme park where the myths and stories of the sea are told and featured. Tokyo Disney Resort continues to innovate and develop new attractions for everyone.

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Disneyland Paris

Anyone who comes to Europe will probably always have Paris, France as one of the places to visit. Not only because it is known as “the city of love”, but also the place definitely has a lot to offer to tourists, especially food and stunning attractions. Among these is Disneyland Paris. Since April 12, 1992, Disneyland Paris continues to share happiness and put smiles on the faces of everyone who steps into the world where imagination turns to reality. Located in Marne-la-Vallée, approximately 32 kilometers east of Paris, it has become the venue of different generations in creating memories. At present, it has two world-class theme parks and seven Disney hotels.

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Hong Kong Disneyland

In September 12, 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland opened its doors to millions of natives and tourists providing them with the Disney-style of magical experience. It was the first Disneyland built in China. From Hong Kong international airport, it is a 10-minute drive by car travel, located in Lantau Island. It has one theme park and two resort hotels. It offers world-class entertainment and services crafted specially for international guests by the resort’s pride, their multilingual Cast. Since its opening, it has added Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch, and Mystic Point as new themed lands. It consistently launches new venues of adventure and delight for its visitors.