I’m a dreamer when it comes to Disney. I plan far in advance, and I love to know everything there is to see in the international Disney Parks because, one day, I will visit all of them. That’s the plan anyway. I’ve already ticked many of them off my list, but one that has always been elusive is Hong Kong Disneyland. I can’t help it; whenever I am in Hong Kong, I never have quite enough time to get to this particular Disney Park, though I will admit, the pull is getting stronger as we near the opening of World of Frozen. Yes, Friends, it’s almost time to open up the gates on this immersive Disney adventure into the world of your favorite Frozen sisters, Anna & Elsa.
World of Frozen consists of two sections: Arendelle Village, where you can find most of the villagers, shops, and the attraction Frozen Ever After, and Arendelle Forest, where you can Meet Anna & Elsa or go exploring on Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs. The two sides are connected by King Agnarr Bridge – named after Anna and Elsa’s father and Arendelle’s one-time king. Let’s take a closer look at everything World of Frozen has to offer.
Attraction: Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs
Attraction: Frozen Ever After
Dining: Golden Crocus Inn
Dining: Northern Delights
Snacks: Forest Fare
Shopping: Tick Tock Toys & Collectibles
Meet & Greet: Playhouse in the Woods
Character Encounters: Arendelle Village
Excuse me while I go and look at flights from Sydney to Hong Kong…
Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.
Join Zoë as she lets you in on all the tips, tricks, anecdotes, and embarrassments that arise from her family adventures.