A New ‘Frozen’ Land Is Coming To Hong Kong Disneyland—And It Looks So Cool
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Get ready for another round of “Frozen” frenzy!
As Disney ramps up for the Nov. 22 release of “Frozen 2” — the highly anticipated sequel to one of the studio’s most popular movies of all time — the company also announced plans for a new “Frozen”-themed attraction at its Hong Kong Disneyland Park.
During the company’s D23 Expo in California, new details emerged about the park’s expansion, which was originally confirmed in May 2017.
“Soon guests will be able to visit the kingdom of Arendelle with all of its sights, sounds, cuisines and traditions,” Bob Chapek, chairman of Disney parks, experiences and products told fans at the Anaheim Convention Center, according to Insider.
Two new attractions will be part of the immersive land, which will be available to visit in Hong Kong Disneyland in 2021.
Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs
On this new ride, guests start their exciting adventure with a visit to Oaken’s Store, just like Anna did in the original “Frozen” film. From there, they climb aboard a sleigh, pulled to the top of the lift by beloved characters Sven the reindeer and Olaf the snowman.
The rest of the ride remains a mystery for now, except for an artist’s rendering shared with the D23 crowds and on the Disney Parks Blog, which shows some fun twists and turns!
Frozen Ever After
The second attraction coming to Hong Kong Disneyland is Frozen Ever After. This dark ride already has a home in Walt Disney World’s Epcot theme park in the World Showcase’s Norway Pavilion.
Guests board a boat and travel through Arendelle for a special “winter-in-summer” day hosted by the royal sisters, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna.
Everyone’s favorite “Frozen” characters are there, including Olaf, Sven, Kristoff and Marshmallow, the giant snowman. Riders even get to see Queen Elsa show off some of her amazing ice powers!
Although the new attractions won’t be ready until 2021, for now, we can look forward to the “Frozen” sequel! Are you excited to watch “Frozen 2” in theaters this fall?