Halloween in Hong Kong is not only celebrated in Ocean Park Hong Kong (Ocean Park Halloween Fest 2014). Ocean Park’s big competitor Hong Kong Disneyland has also prepared freaky surprise for you.

Are you ready to embrace some exciting new thrills at Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014? From October 2 to October 31, Hong Kong Disneyland will transform to a new eerie and mysterious theme park at night. On every Friday to Sunday you can experience a darker side of your favorite Disney characters.

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The Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014 will feature an all-new “Horrors of the Amazon” show at the Theatre in the Wild – Adventureland. Be prepared to meet adventurer Jonas Brisbane and his bizarre and mysterious creatures he found during his expedition that have now escaped his captivity and are off the leash inside the park. In case you might wonder why the main actor might be familiar to you: Jonas Brisbane is played by local actor Power Chan Kwok-pong who played in many TVB series as well as many movies. It is the first time ever that Hong Kong Disneyland engaged a local celebrity to perform in one of the shows.

Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014

Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014
(Photo Source: Hong Kong Disneyland)

Aside from the new Horrors of the Amazon show, Halloween fans will be happy to hear that the popular Graves Academy, Sideshow Carnival Extraordinaire as well as Revenge of the Headless Horseman attractions will return to this year’s special Halloween event again.

In addition, Mickey and his friends will host a Masquerade Ball in the Fantasy Garden at Fantasyland and in case you love the Toy Story movies you should not miss the invasion of Sid’s mutant toys including Babyhead, Ducky and Legs at Hong Kong Disneyland Toy Story Land.

The Hong Kong Disneyland restaurants will prepare special Halloween treats as well as special Lunch and Dinner Halloween Buffets during the Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014 event.

For all the toy collectors among you: there will be special Halloween plush editions of Mickey and his friends available as well as stationery, apparel, bags and many other trick and treat related gift ideas.

Last but not least, the all-new “Disney Paint The Night Parade” will make its debut on October 1, 2014. Seven floats (featuring e.g. Tinker Bell, Monster Inc., Toy Story and Mickey & Friends) with over 740,000 individual lights will transform Hong Kong Disneyland into a magic moving outdoor party at night. It is the first LED parade at any Disney theme park and visitors can actively become a part of the parade with the special “Made with Magic” merchandise. The Mickey Glow Mitt as well as the Minnie Glow Bow “talk” with the floats and can change the colors.

Ticket Prices for the Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014:

Hong Kong Disneyland Daytime Admission Ticket:
Adults: HK$ 450
Children (aged 3-11): HK$ 320
Seniors (aged 65 or above): HK$ 100

In addition to the normal Hong Kong Disneyland Daytime Admission Ticket, there will be a special Night Ticket available during the Halloween month of October:

Hong Kong Disneyland Night Admission Ticket:
Validity (for one visit on): October 2 – 5,
October 10 – 12,
October 17 – 19,
October 24 – 26,
October 31.
Admission Time: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Price: HK$ 340 (for all guests aged 3 or above)

Where to buy tickets for the Hong Kong Disneyland Haunted Halloween 2014

Tickets can be purchased through directly at the Main Entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland, the Hong Kong Disneyland Ticket Express (located at the MTR Hong Kong station) as well as their Online Ticketing System. In addition, tickets can also be purchased at all Circle K convenience stores throughout Hong Kong.

Which Disneyland hotels should you choose?

Although Hong Kong Disneyland is not as big as its counterparts in the USA (Hong Kong Disneyland has 7 theme parks now), there is still plenty to plan, see and do. To my experience, one day, even staying for the complete opening hour, is only sufficient for a superficial visit and can only cover parts of the park.

Hong Kong Disneyland has two hotels both of which are in the close vicinity to Disneyland. If you would like to stay in one of Disney hotels but don’t know which one you should choose, you can refer to my previous review : Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel vs. Disney’s Hollywood Hotel – A Review Comparison.