Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa announced on November 2, 1999 that an agreement was reached between Hong Kong and the Walt Disney Corporation of the United States to build a Disney theme park and resort on Penny's Bay on the north of Lantau against the backdrop of the South China Sea. The agreement followed nine months of solid negotiations. The groundbreaking ceremony was held on January 12, 2003. The ceremony marked the beginning of the construction of the 126-hectare Phase 1, China's first Disney theme park.

Hong Kong DisneyOpened in September 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland soon became the latest and the most popular tourist attraction of Hong Kong. At the present the whole resort is 310 acres (126 hectares) and includes a theme park with four lands and two theme hotels.

Disneyland of Hong Kong

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