Hk Ocean Park vs Hk Disneyland

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Summer vacation is probably the happiest period in a student's life. People love spending their vacations in a different city or country and they love experiencing others cultures. This is a great time where he/she can relax, enjoy and tide over the unbearable heat of summer months. There are many options where to go but I think that an out of the country trip would give you a different feeling. Hong Kong is an Asian city that has it all. It is an epitome of many aspects—historically, ethnically, architecturally, socially, economically, aesthetically and, above all, sensually. It is a place you will feel the glimpse of an exciting vacation and that’s why it has been called the “most thrilling city on the planet.” Founded by Europeans, developed by Asians, governed by Chinese, designed and run by entrepreneurs, architects, economists, and adventurers from the four corners of the world, Hong Kong will give you the turning of the Earth itself. The most common country to visit for is Hong Kong because it is just near from the Philippines. And Hong Kong is famous for its two popular theme parks – the Disneyland and Ocean Park. Many years ago, Walt Disney introduced the world to enchanted realms of fantasy and adventure, yesterday and tomorrow, in a magical place called Disneyland. That spirit of imagination and discovery comes to life in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Disneyland is located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island. The park consists of five themed areas: Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland and Toy Story Land. Each area has various attractions like rides, shops, restaurants, and live entertainment. The park features a daytime parade Flights of Fantasy as well as a night time firework show Disney in the Stars, and Tinker Bell Castle Illumination. Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park, situated in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Covering huge area of land, the park is...
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