HK Disneyland Tips Part 2

4. Eat early. All restaurants within the park opens at 11:00 am. So plan ahead where you want to eat and to avoid waiting on getting a table or long queue for food, better be there a few minutes before it opens.

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HK Disneyland Tips Part 1

We normally get the 2-day entrance ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland Theme Park. We do this for two reasons – first it’s cheaper to buy a 2-day entrance ticket than to buy individual tickets for single entrance for 2 days. Secondly, it’s not very convenient to cram everything you want to do in a single day. This is specially true if you go there during peak season or the holidays. The queue in some of the famous rides would already take most of your day. Wait times for the rides would vary from 5 minutes on a non-peak season to 60 minutes or more during peak season. Then there’s the line for the food and restrooms as well. Again, this varies depending on the season you go there.
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We get to visit most often than not during the months of March, April, October or December. The obvious reason for this is these are the months where my children have longer school breaks thus traveling is more convenient because we have more time. In March/April the crowds are not that bad for most children from other countries still have school so there’s less visitors. Expect more crowds during the months of October specially December and Chinese New Year.
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The Reason I Jump

The author of the book Naoki Higashida was born a decade before my daughter Samantha Audrey but they have one thing in common – they both fall under the Autism Spectrum Disorder or some may call it Non-specific Developmental Disorder or NSDD.

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The book is basically a Q & A sort of book where a question is asked and an answer is given. The questions given are very common questions that others ask and the author answers. Here is an example:

Hong Kong Disneyland

The Happiest Place on Earth! Home of well loved characters – Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto and others. Yes, it’s none other than Disneyland!

God’s Not Dead

Cast: Kevin Sorbo (SOUL SURFER, HERCULES, ANDROMEDA), Shane Harper (GOOD LUCK CHARLIE, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2), David A.R. White (BROTHER WHITE, REVELATION ROAD and JERUSALEM COUNTDOWN), and Dean Cain (LOIS & CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN), with special appearances by Christian super-band Newsboys and “Duck Dynasty’s” Willie and Korie Robertson.


GOD’S NOT DEAD weaves together multiple stories of faith, doubt and disbelief, culminating in a dramatic call to action. The film will educate, entertain, and inspire moviegoers to explore what they really believe about God, igniting important conversations and life-changing decisions.

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