Hong Kong 2013: Disneyland – It’s a Small World!

It’s been more than a month and I’m finally getting started on our Hong Kong trip! Our last trip was in Mar 2011 just after Anya turned 2 and this trip was shortly after Adam’s 2nd birthday. It’s definitely better to do the trip in March because it’s so much cooler then! We were melting in the heat during this trip!

One of my favourite rides in Disneyland is ‘It’s a Small World’. I know some people find the dolls creepy but I really like looking at the various scenes, spotting Disney characters and listening to the music. I would be quite happy to take the ride more than once a day!

Many, many pictures of the ‘It’s a Small World’ ride:

It's a Small World

It’s a Small World

it was really hot but also slightly rainy

it was really hot but also slightly rainy

we were just in time to see the clock in action

we were just in time to see the clock in action

welcome

welcome

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I spy Bambi and Thumper!

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ermm.. somewhere in Switzerland?

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Paris, France!

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Cinderella and her Prince

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a jolly Irish jig

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Holland

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is this in Germany?

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spot Aladdin, Jasmine and Abu

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I can see Simba, Pumbaa and Timon

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Mexico?

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Woody and Jessie

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Japan

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Thailand, and is that Rajah?

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China/ Hong Kong

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Ariel and Flounder

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kangaroos and Easter Island heads?

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what is this??

goodbye!

goodbye!

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2 thoughts on “Hong Kong 2013: Disneyland – It’s a Small World!

    1. delphine Post author

      ‘It’s a Small World’ was there at our last visit two years ago. Think they have the ride at all the Disney theme parks around the world. Go check it out the next time you’re there! :)

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