Disneyland’s Frozen Land to Open in November: Because The World Needs More Elsa
In what could only be described as a necessary addition to the world, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort announced that they will be opening a new Frozen-themed land in November. Because, let’s face it, the only thing the world needs more than anything these days is more Elsa.
During a recent financial conference call, Hong Kong Disneyland’s managing director Michael Moriarty revealed that despite the continued impact of coronavirus on international travel to Asia, local attendance and annual pass membership rose by 22 percent last year. Moriarty went on to confirm that they fully intend on milking this success to the fullest by adding yet another Frozen-themed land to the ever-expanding world of Elsa.
World of Frozen will be the most highly anticipated addition to the Asian theme park and will transport guests (and their parents) to the magical world of Elsa, Anna, and Olaf. Because who wouldn’t want their children to be trapped in endless renditions of “Let It Go” while standing in long lines for themed-coasters and overpriced snacks.
“The reimagined Castle of Magical Dreams and nighttime spectacular ‘Momentous’ have been game changers,” Moriarty said. “Additionally, the world’s first and biggest Frozen-themed land, which will be launched later this year, will be a defining addition to our world-class attractions that help us win over locals and tourists alike. We’re hoping to give tourists the gift of never being able to escape the tune of ‘Let It Go’ stuck in their head for the rest of their lives.”
Prepare for Crowds and Let the Torture Begin
In addition to the new World of Frozen, theme park officials announced a slate of other new offerings for the second half of 2023, including the reopening of Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, the addition of a Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse statue, and more opportunities for you to hemorrhage your money to the Disney corporation.
Despite the long lines, overpriced merchandise, and endless amounts of screaming children, the amusement park will be reviewing market conditions and adjusting its operation to open six or seven days a week from mid-June to meet guest demand. Because what’s better than the long lines, overpriced merchandise, and endless screaming children? Experiencing all of that while packed into a sardine can of people trying to experience the Disney magic.
Let’s Take a Closer Look at the Magic
Disney Parks shared new concept art showcasing Arendelle at sunset, as well as a closer look at Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs. Because when you tire of standing in exhaustingly long lines, you can at least take in the magic of a yellow slide (at exorbitant prices) while screaming kids run around you.
We urge you to not forget the endless souvenirs available for purchase as well. Every time your child starts to whine about how their feet hurt and their wet socks are giving them blisters, just remind them that you spent a small fortune on “magical” Disney merchandise to remember the occasion by, which should get them to stop complaining for at least five minutes while they contemplate their future therapy bills.
Walt Disney Imagineers test ride the upcoming Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs coaster. The attraction will debut as part of a World of Frozen land opening in Hong Kong Disneyland later this year. pic.twitter.com/rlrLlWfg9F
Hoo Hoo We’re thrilled to share a #FirstLookFromHKDL of Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs at #WorldOfFrozen! The FIRST Frozen-themed coaster ride, soon you will be able to embark on a scenic ride designed and built by Wandering Oaken himself at Hong Kong Disneyland. pic.twitter.com/4PyYRx8tNx
Let’s not forget that Hong Kong Disneyland will also be accommodating guest demands for even more opportunities to experience the magic by opening more days. So come on down to the happiest place on earth where you can expect long lines, screaming children, and the magic of Frozen that will haunt you forever!
Topics From This Article to Explore
- Why the world needs more of Elsa’s magic
- How to experience long lines and screaming children, the Disney way
- The psychological impact of “Let It Go” on the human psyche
- Expensive souvenirs: A guide to hemorrhaging your money to the Disney corporation
- The horrors of Disney’s Hollywood Hotel
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