Hong Kong Disneyland Announces Disney Halloween Time 2017


Hong Kong Explorers are in for a treat as Disneyland celebrates “Disney Halloween Time”. Running 14 September to 31 October 2017, the seasonal event promises a spook-tacular selection of entertainment, special dining experiences, and limited-edition merchandise.

Frightful Entertainment

First up, courageous explorers can test their nerves as they venture into the “Maze of Madness: The Nightmare Experiment Continues,” an immersive walk-through experience where a mad professor takes guests on a journey into the dark side of Disney stories. On their adventure guests will visit some of the scariest locations from the world of Disney, including the Mad Hatter’s Hat Shoppe from Alice in Wonderland, Stromboli’s Wagon from Pinocchio, and of course the Scare Floor from Monsters, Inc. Frightful rooms based on Beauty and the Beast and Hercules will also appear.

Read about last year’s Nightmare Experiment in our trip report.

The Nightmare Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland

Next is “Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party”, where guests join their favourite Disney characters for a crazy Halloween dance party on Main Street U.S.A. Mickey, Minnie and Goofy will appear in special Halloween costumes atop giant jack-o’-lanterns to greet guests and get the party started.

Hong Kong Disneyland's Halloween Parade

Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party ©Disney

After nightfall, things will take a wicked turn as “Villains Night Out! Chapter 2” brings Disney’s most infamous baddies back to the park. Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, Jack Skellington, Captain Hook, the Queen of Hearts and Cruella de Vil will all feature in the nighttime procession, with Ursula from the Little Mermaid joining them for the first time.

If all that wasn’t enough, guests can also find a gang of ghoulish pirates on the “Pirates of the Caribbean Ghost Trail” in Adventureland. Here wannabe pirates can join the crew as they seek revenge on Captain Jack Sparrow.

Finally, guests can head to special Trick-or-Treat Booths around the park for a sweet snack and the chance to meet some of their favourite Disney heroes and villains.

A Mysterious Character Dining Experience

Mickey's Magical Halloween Hunt

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As part of the Halloween celebrations, guests can join Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy for “Mickey’s Magical Halloween Hunt”, an immersive three-course dining experience where the diners work together to solve the mystery of the missing treasure!

The special event is hosted at the Explorers Club in Mystic Point and is only available on certain dates; 15, 16 September and 20, 21, 27, 28 October. Regular admission is HK$398 ($50USD) for an adult, and HK$199 ($25USD) for a child, but guests can receive a discount if they book 5 days in advance;  25% off for Magic Access Members and 15% off for general guests. Guests can make an advance reservation by calling (+852) 3550-3388.

Visit the Hong Kong Disneyland website for all the details.

Limited Food and Merchandise

Hong Kong Halloween Merchandise

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Hong Kong Disneyland will offer more than 150 themed costume items, accessories and Halloween dresses at shops across the park, meaning explorers have no excuse not to get into the spirit and dress up!

In addition to the seasonal attire, the park will debut more than 80 Halloween-themed items, including souvenirs, stationery sets, unique pins and special reversible mini Tsum Tsum plush toys.

Hong Kong Halloween Tsum Tsum

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Information and images from the Hong Kong Disneyland press release.

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    Luke

    Love that Hong Kong is really doing something different, there is still that cute appeal for the younger kids, but for those people who want something a little more, exciting, its nice to see them offer it.

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