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Hong Kong Disneyland heralds arrival of the Royal Kingdom this Christmas

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This Christmas season Hong Kong Disneyland heralds the arrival of its Royal Kingdom, bringing the enchanting realm of Disney’s Sparkling Christmas to life.

The grand celebration will run from November 28, 2008 to January 2, 2009 with festive-themed entertainment and attractions, such as the all-new Royal Christmas Ball and Sparkling Castle Lights, the “Let It Snow” Christmas Parade, Mickey’s Christmas House and the Winter Wonderland on Main Street U.S.A. Guests will have the opportunity to indulge in a grand storybook setting, while making their heartfelt Christmas dreams come true.

“During this year’s Sparkling Christmas, the entire Hong Kong Disneyland Park will be transformed into a Royal Kingdom with magnificent yuletide ambience that will set hearts aglow. There’s never been a better time for our guests and their beloved to create special Christmas memories together,” said Maple Lee, Vice President, Marketing of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.

Guests will be able to immerse themselves in splendid holiday cheer during Hong Kong Disneyland Sparkling Christmas – Royal Kingdom, with: 

Royal Christmas Ball and Sparkling Castle Lights

Princess Aurora is inviting her friends to a spectacular Royal Christmas Ball to celebrate the grandeur and romance of the festive season. This all-new glittering stage show features dazzling, Disney royal pageantry of luxuriously dressed court dancers and Disney Characters. Each evening the Royal Ball culminates with enchantment as Sleeping Beauty’s crown magically transforms the castle to sparkle like a thousand diamonds.

For even more Christmas splendor, guests can put on the ‘Hologram Viewers’ and watch in wonder as Sleeping Beauty Castle and all the lights in the Park glow with new festive patterns.

“Let It Snow” Christmas Parade

Hong Kong Disneyland Sparkling Christmas – Royal Kingdom will fill the Park with holiday cheer as the high energy and groovy “Let It Snow” Christmas Parade returns by popular demand. Guests should get ready to dance along to this glittering procession in the unexpected weather – snow is forecasted!

Mickey’s Christmas House

Mickey Mouse has spent weeks decorating his home with festive decorations. He will welcome guests to visit his charming home which is filled with Christmas delight. This will be the perfect opportunity to snap a merry photo with Santa Mickey.

A Winter Wonderland on Main Street U.S.A.

For heart warming moments, Main Street U.S.A. will be the ideal festive location. From the beautifully decorated Christmas tree in Town Square to the frozen garlands and icicles, it is the perfect place to watch the snow fall, grab a hot cocoa and cuddle up for a photo in this picturesque setting.

Of course, the smell of Christmas feasts will fill the air as holiday menus aplenty will be found on Main Street U.S.A. For that exclusive festive gift, specially designed Christmas-themed merchandise will be available during the holiday season at Hong Kong Disneyland.

Until November 18, 2008, eligible Hong Kong residents (18 years and over) have an opportunity to become the Honorary Guest Couple for the premiere of the Royal Christmas Ball; which will be held on November 27, 2008. Participants are required to submit a photograph and a 150 word description (in Chinese or English) on how they would like their Christmas story to unfold at Hong Kong Disneyland this year.

Winners, with the best story, will be selected as the Honorary Guest Couple, and will also enjoy a complimentary night’s stay at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel.

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