Just when Disneyland could not get anymore grand and magical new renderings for Hong Kong’s theme park have been released. Its Disneyland is in the midst of a multi-year expansion plan that will add new attractions, shows and lands to the park.
Visitors will now get to see a transformed and newer-look at the Hong Kong Disneyland Castle—a replica of the original Sleeping Beauty Castle located in Anaheim. This expansion will feature brand new daytime and nighttime spectaculars that already have fans impatiently excited, since many were devastated when the castle closed down in January of this year.
Though many who enter the park can still see the top of the Sleeping Beauty Castle, the base is surrounded in blue construction fencing. There is also a part of the construction bearing the words “Magic is happening,” to reassure fans that the transformation will be epic.
Guests will also be able to step into the world of “Frozen” with a new theme-land created to reimagine the kingdom of Arendelle. The image of the potential new expansion has been recently shared, but now a new updated version has been released.
The right side of the new image portrays a new “Frozen” coaster that was not featured in the original image. The new kingdom is due to open in 2020.
Among other highlights rolling out, the most recent renderings are a new experience featuring Ant-Man, The Wasp and S.H.I.E.L.D. that will be launched in Tomorrowland, replacing the recently-closed Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ride. It’s due to open this year, marking it the second Marvel ride after Iron Man’s experience.
Hong Kong Disneyland’s multi-year expansion will be announcing new experiences and exciting new plans almost every year between now and 2023.