It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party here at Walt Disney World Resort, so it’s always really interesting to see how the holiday is celebrated at our other Disney Parks – especially Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
This year, the park is celebrating Disney’s Haunted Halloween 2012, an event that features Halloween fun throughout the park. Highlights include a Glow in the Park Parade starring Jack Skellington and his Pumpkin Men, a Trick-or-Treat Spooktacular in Fantasyland, and a Halloween-themed Animation Academy where guests can learn to draw Vampire Mickey and other characters in costumes.
In Adventureland, guests can experience the Revenge of the Headless Horseman show or explore Adventureland Cursed Jungle, a Halloween overlay that abounds with creepy creatures. In Tomorrowland, guests are being treated to a Party Zone, performances by the Pan-Asian band BLUSH, and demonstrations by Duncan Yo-Yo Team pros. They can also get whisked away on Space Mountain – Ghost Galaxy.
Sure looks like a happy Halloween to me!
Read more about Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in the posts below:
Wow. There is so much there at HKDL for Halloween– the details, the shows, the ride overlays. Impressive!
It would be amazing to have something like this in an American park.