We’re kicking off a special look at Halloween around our parks this year at Hong Kong Disneyland where the Headless Horseman is leading the way. He’s wandering the park during Disney’s Haunted Halloween celebration looking for the fiend who took his head. Oh, and there’s a “Cursed Jungle” filled with lurking creatures and ghoulish souls to experience at the park.
And when night falls, Mickey, Duffy and the gang are also out and about in their new Halloween costumes for the Trick or Treat Spooktacular in Fantasyland. The “Glow in the Park Parade” and “Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy are back by popular demand this year too. Check out some more images of the fun.
Disney’s Haunted Halloween is also featuring some augmented reality tricks this year. With “Disney’s Spooky Scope” app, guests will see ghosts and may even “lose their faces” in the park.
As you can see, there are some unique experiences at Hong Kong Disneyland this year. Let us know if you’ve been or plan on visiting. And stay tuned – our next post in this series will feature images from Disneyland Paris.
I am from California and am visiting HKDL in the beginning of December. I am so excited, I am staying in HKDL hotel too <3
Im from California and going To HKDL in December! around the 12th and I splurged and got a room at the hk disneyland hotel <3
I plan on going for sure, but will probably be once the new lands are open. I love that it is unique from the parks that we have in the U.S.A. It gives me a reason to want to go and visit the other Disney parks. They are so lucky to have the headless horseman.
Wow, they really go all out for Halloween over in Hong Kong. I guess cultural difference play a part the Halloween set up for each Disneyland. I would LOVE to see this at the CA Disney!!!!
Great pictures! I was lucky enough to visit Disneyland Paris last year right before Halloween, and I loved their decorations. It’s cool to see how each park does it a little differently.
I love Halloween at Hong Kong Disney. I wish you guys would talk about it more. One day I hope to get to see it myself but for now I will just have to watch videos of the shows and parades.