Now that, all the Disney stores across north America have closed, the only way to get our Disney fix is to dream about a Disneyland vacation. I’ve been lucky enough to visit Disneyland in Anaheim and the one in Tokyo. Both parks have the same magical feel, however there are a few differences. Besides wanting to grab a picture with everyone’s favourite mouse, here are a two exclusive attractions, each from California and Tokyo, that I enjoyed.
Opened in 1955, Disneyland California in Anaheim celebrates the golden state. It is the original Disney Theme Park, and right across from it is California Adventure. California exclusive events include Disneyland fantasmic, world of color and main street electric parade.
One ride I truly loved was web slinger: spider man adventure. As my favourite Marvel hero, I of course couldn’t help fangirling over this ride! This immersive ride takes you along with spider-man, where you can shoot your own webs to catch some rampant bugs.
About one hour away from the heart of Tokyo, Tokyo Disney Resort was the first to be built outside of the USA in 1983. At this amusement park, you will find classic attractions such as the pirates of the Caribbean, it’s a small world and haunted Mansion. Yet, there are a few Japan exclusives such as Disney Sea which explores the nautical sea. Let’s not forget, the popcorn buckets Tokyo Disney is famous for. The chocolate flavoured popcorn is amazing!
An exclusive ride I enjoyed, was Monsters Inc: Ride and Seek. It a super cute ride, that takes you into Monstropolis World, where boo and other monsters are playing hide-and-seek. Ride and seek, is an immersive attraction where you use a flashlight to seek monsters!
I hope this has helped you decide which one you would put on your bucket list. To be honest, as a huge disney fan I have all of theme parks are on my bucket list. And I am looking forward to visit both the Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland resort someday!