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Hong Kong Disneyland “Parade”

One of the highlights at Hong Kong Disneyland is the “Parade.” There are two parades held daily, one at 4:00 PM and another at 8:00 PM.

Among them, the evening parade at 8:00 PM, which takes place just before closing, is especially highlighted as a must-see. It is a spectacular performance that marks the closing of Disneyland with a vibrant parade.

“Daytime Parade Schedule at Hong Kong Disneyland”

The parade at Disneyland takes place on “Main Street U.S.A” road, a street lined with souvenir shops on both sides.

The parade held daily at 4:00 PM is called “Flight of Fantasy Parade,” and here are some details:

“Flight of Fantasy Parade”

  • Category: Parades, Guest Interaction, Classic Characters
  • Time: 16:00 (4:00 PM)
  • Duration: 40 minutes
  • Age Range: All
  • Location: Main Street U.S.A

“Nighttime Parade at Disneyland”

The nighttime parade at Disneyland is considered a highlight and a must-see event. It is a performance that takes place just before the closing of Disneyland, featuring various Disney animation characters like Mickey Mouse. It’s famous under the name “Disney Paint the Night,” and here are the details:

“Disney Paint the Night”

  • Category: Parades, Guest Interaction, Nighttime Entertainment
  • Time: 20:00 (8:00 PM)
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Age Range: All
  • Location: Main Street U.S.A

“Outdoor Performances, Subject to Cancellation in Rainy Weather”

Both of these performances are conducted outdoors, which makes them sensitive to weather conditions. Even on a day when only a few drops of rain fell, the nighttime parade was canceled due to safety concerns.

Before the parade started, you could find lights signaling that the parade would begin soon all along the main street. Many people were eagerly awaiting the parade, but with the sudden announcement of its cancellation and the park’s closing, it was a disappointment.

Especially for travelers who don’t visit frequently, waiting for this event for a whole day only to have it canceled was quite regrettable.

“Hong Kong, Disneyland”