Travel@HamHamFarm - The World, Here We Come!
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Japan 

(Osaka, Kyoto, Mt. Fuji and Tokyo)

(05 Jul 2008 - 18 Jul 2008)

Disneyland Part 3 [Tokyo]

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In this Album : Westernland, World Bazzar & Parades

Westernland is a land unique to Tokyo Disneyland as in other Disney theme parks, it's called Frontierland instead.

World Bazaar is the first "land" that you will cover as it is located just after the admission counter. It's covered by a giant Plexiglas canopy and filled with restaurants and shops...

There's two parades each day. The day Parade is called "Jubilation" where you will seel Mickey, Minnie, and other beloved characters from the Disney films coming together for a pageant filled with dreams and fantasy.

Whereas the night parade is called "Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights" where you will see characters from films such as Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo as well as all old Disney favourites...

Disneyland Tokyo really lives up to our expectation. The park seems to be sparkling clean most of the time. Part of the reason (that we felt) the Park is always so clean is that the staff does a great job of keeping it that way. They seemed to be always cleaning and sweeping the something. Another personal observation is that the Japanese people, by and large, are pretty neat and tidy themselves...

Vance: If you notice, they have the duckies to "patrol" the streets as well to clean up the stray popcorns too! :)

Location: Japan - Tokyo


The Country Bear Theater presents a Western-style musical review...


Curry Popcorns??!! The smell kept lingering in the air...




As usual, Vance loves such exciting roller coasters ride!? *Faints*


Big Thunder Mountain is a roller coaster train ride,
zooming through canyons, around desert rock formations,
and in and out of caves... We didn't have time for this...


The Mark Twain is a paddlewheel-propelled riverboat which
allows you to cruise through Westernland and Critter Country...
It was closed for maintenance during our visit...




Duckies spotted again! Aren't they lovely?
Vance: Told you they have these on patrol throughout the park! :)


Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes (located in Critter Country),
probably the most low-tech attraction in Tokyo Disneyland
as you have to paddle the cannoe yourself?! Not on a hot day man!
Vance: Dragonboat, anyone?


Western River Railroad...
A real steam train that run primarily through Westernland,
with parts of the track running through Adventureland and Critter Country...

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Travel@HamHamFarm - The World, Here We Come!

Japan 

(Osaka, Kyoto, Mt. Fuji and Tokyo)

(05 Jul 2008 - 18 Jul 2008) 

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Disneyland Part 3 [Tokyo]

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