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A Look at Hong Kong Disneyland’s Tinker Bell Castle

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Earlier this week, I got to share updates on both Tinker Bell and Disney castles with you – which inspired me to write this post on what’s currently happening with the castle at Hong Kong Disneyland this summer. (It also gave me an excuse to run this amazing photo!).

Tinker Bell Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland

The park is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, and in honor of this milestone, they have introduced a character that had never before appeared at the park. Although our domestic parks have featured her for years, this special celebration marked the introduction of Tinker Bell to Hong Kong Disneyland.

Tinker Bell Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland

The park has welcomed Peter Pan’s top pixie in grand style, temporarily transforming their Sleeping Beauty Castle into Tinker Bell Castle, with the addition of gold elements that represent a sprinkling of pixie dust that glitters during the day and sparkles at night.

So, what do you think of the castle?

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Comments

  • I love the gold touches. It looks like pixie dust is swirling around the entire structure! Just wonderful! I’m glad to hear this is a temporary change, though. So many princesses deserve a castle, and I’d like to think Belle or Snow White would be given a permanent home next.

  • I think it’s beautiful, but I’m glad it’s temporary.

  • Anyone notice in the first picture that there are mountains behind the castle? I always thought that was so cool.

  • Im a huge Tink fan and just LOVE the castle all pixied out super cute!!

  • The park opened on 9/12/05 (my second wedding anniversary!), so wouldn’t it have celebrated its 5th birthday in 2010?

    • Anniversary celebrations at Disney Parks usually last a full year (sometimes even longer) so more guests have time to enjoy the special offerings.

  • Uh, since when does Tinkerbell have a castle? She’s not a princess after all…

  • I’ve been to Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Everest, Matterhorn, but I’ve never seen Hong Kong mountains!

    • 🙂

  • Absolutely stunning and I love that the addition is a classic Disney movie theme, not from Cars or something new that isn’t princess related. Nothing against Cars, but I believe that the castles should only be princess related to keep the spirits alive. Tinkerbell is one of a kind.

  • I gotta go see it in person some day in the near future. I think the mountains in the back ground are great. I would love to see more blogs on the Disney parks over seas since they are so far away. I plan to see them all.

    • I’d love to see it someday in person, too!

  • (But…Tinkerbell DOESN’T have a castle, she has trees!
    Princesses, yes, but since when are Fairies interested in real estate? Even the three Sleeping Beauty fairies were only visiting.) 😉

  • How pretty! Tinkerbell deserves the best and a castle it is.

  • Oh I would love it if Snow White had a castle!!

  • Hmmmm, I love Tinker Bell but i’m not feeling Tink when I see the castle.

  • Belle’s is at Disneyland Paris, isn’t it?

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