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Go Inside Shanghai Disney Resort with Disney twenty three

Jeffrey Epstein

by , Director, Corporate Communications, The Walt Disney Company

The countdown is on, and D23, Disney’s official fan club, is giving guests an exclusive look inside Shanghai Disney Resort in the new issue of Disney twenty-three with unbelievable photography and in-depth features we know fans will love.

From the opening pages, which include a welcome from Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, readers will be immersed in the majesty of this exquisite new resort which is “Authentically Disney, Distinctly Chinese.” Explore the creation of this one-of-a-kind destination with the executives, Imagineers, and local artisans who saw the project from dream to reality.

Go Inside Shanghai Disney Resort with Disney twenty-three

“A Whole New World” looks at the attractions and entertainment only found at Shanghai Disneyland, including Voyage of the Crystal Grotto which travels around, through, and under the park’s Enchanted Storybook Castle (the largest Disney castle in the world!) and Tomorrowland’s high-speed TRON Lightcycle Power Run, to Roaring Rapids, where guests will come face-to-face with the ferocious Q’araq, and well as Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure featuring some of the most advanced Audio-Animatronic figures of any Disney Parks attraction. With nearly a dozen stories covering everything from the dazzling hotels and stunning landscapes to the unique food and merchandise, there’s something every Disney Parks fan will love.

Disney twenty-three is available exclusively to Gold Members of D23. Learn more at D23.com.

Comments

  • I visited Shanghai Disneyland last month, and the park is gorgeous. Its HUGE! I estimate that its about twice the size of my home park – Disneyland in Anaheim. The most impressive attractions were Pirates Of The Caribbean; Battle For The Sunken Treasure and Roaring Mountain. Pirates is truly a marvel of a theme park attraction. The videos posted to YouTube don’t do it justice. I was disappointed with Voyage To The Crystal Grotto. It was very lackluster. You essentially look at a bunch of oversize, nearly inanimate, music boxes. Tron is a good coaster, but entirely too short. Peter Pan’s Flight was amazing – it brings the classic Fantasy Land style dark rides into the 21st. century.

  • Is this available to new members only or will the current members be seeing this in their mailboxes soon? 🙂

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