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

(Osaka, Kyoto, Mt. Fuji and Tokyo)

(05 Jul 2008 - 18 Jul 2008)

DisneySea Part 1 [Tokyo]

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Port Discovery…


One of the theme land in Disneysea…
It features the attraction “StormRider”,
which puts you aboard an aircraft whose mission is to fly into
the middle of a violent storm and dissipate the storm with a missile-shaped device called a "FUSE"…


Obtaining fastpass for StormRider…


Autopia… We didn’t attempt this as we were not prepared to get wet…


Port Discovery looks to the future… It could be thought of as DisneySea's “Tomorrowland”…


See who we spotted! Dale!


And his brother Chip! Oh boy, I’m so excited since I didn’t
get any chances of taking pic with Pooh in Disneyland…




Say cheese!


The DisneySea Electric Railway...


Runs between the New York Harbour section of American Waterfront and Port Discovery…


On board the DisneySea Electric Railway…


Railway manager out for lunch?


Lost River Delta puts you in a remote region somewhere in the jungles of South America.
The atmosphere is lush and untamed, and the area is skillfully integrated with
the waterway that winds through DisneySea...


Right behind me… "Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull"…


Crashed plane from the movie…


“Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull”
is a popular attraction and the queue was relatively long…


The compensating factor is that the queue area is nearly as spectacular as the ride itself.
The detailing is stunning, and there's even a light hearted mini-movie
that describes the safety features of the ride to entertain you on your way to the boarding area…


Presented by Panasonic…




The Aztec pyramid is visible from just about anywhere in the Lost River Delta,
and sort of acts like a beacon to help visitors find their way to the heart of this area…


Much of the architecture of the Lost River Delta creates
the feeling of being isolated in a rugged, remote outpost…


Waiting time summary…


Isn’t the décor realistic?
Vance: This is actually a shop selling glasswares!


One of the souvenir shops that sell expensive glass Disney Characters…
Vance: Its modelled like a Glass Making Workshop. Nice!


Mysterious Island is the smallest area of Disneysea
but it holds two of the biggest attractions :
Journey to the Centre of the Earth and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea…


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea takes you on a voyage that traces
the steps of Jules Verne's reclusive character, Captain Nemo…
Vance: Nothing to do with "Finding Nemo".. Just in case you wondered :P


The “Neptune” that we rode in…




Behind me… DisneySea Transit Steamer Line that runs
through the American Waterfront and Mediterranean Harbour…


Spiralling staircase that is a centrepiece for Mysterious Island…


Pose pose with the ride 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea…

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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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DisneySea Part 1 [Tokyo]

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