People all around the world have been fascinated by the magical world of Disneyland. The Disney brand has become such a global success that Donald Duck's fame outweighes that of Barack Obama. Disneyland is supposed to open in Shanghai in 2014. Hong Kong has already opened its doors to Mickey Mouse in 2005. In Tokyo, Disneyland Resort has been around since 1983. It always promises to offer the best entertainment for anyone who come there. If you're in Japan and interested in immersing yourself in all the magic and fantasy, the Disneyland in Tokyo, which expanded in 2001 to include DisneySea, is still a tough competitor to even the newer parks out there like in Hong Kong. Divided into 7 parts - Mickey's Town, Critter Country, World Bazaar, Tomorrow Land, Adventure Land and Fantasy Land - it is a miraculous world where people feel young at heart and engross in fantasy. Numerous roller-coaster rides, and various other attractions, including a glamorous night parade, are there to keep any family, couple, or group of friends fully entertained at all times. You'll be greeted at the entrance by the "World Bazaar," the reminiscent of older American towns. Here you will discover shops, restaurants, and outlets selling souvenirs that entice vacationers who want something to remember their Disney holiday by. Oh, and do not worry about the dining options. After all, this is Japan we are talking about. Tokyo Disneyland has a wide assortment of restaurants and food stands on offer. In general, all Disney theme parks present similar themes and attractions, and Tokyo Disneyland is no exception. You'll get to meet mighty icons of Disney, such as Donald Duck, Captain Hook, Snow White, Peter Pan and Goofy, while going through not-so-scary haunted houses and riding slightly toned-down roller-coasters. Yet, there is a Japanese twist to all of it that to feel you just have to be there. Just remember: Never visit Tokyo Disneyland on Japanese holidays or on weekends, unless you happen to be writing a PhD thesis on the mathematical models of queue lines that run to infinity.
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Farm House Lembang
Candi Prambanan
Gili Trawangan
Kawah Putih
Tebing Keraton
Pulau Harapan
Kawah Ijen
Pantai Pandawa
Floating Market Lembang
Gunung Prau
Kebun Raya Bogor
Universal Studio Singapore
Gunung Merapi
Bukit Moko
Kampung Daun
Ocean Park
Pulau Pramuka
Pantai Kuta
Tanjung Benoa
De Ranch Lembang
Pasar Baru Bandung
Taman Nasional Baluran
telaga Warna
Pulau Ayer
Pulau Sepa
Disneyland Hongkong
Gili Meno
Pura Luhur Uluwatu
Singapore Zoo
Taman Safari Indonesia
Batik Trusmi
Goa Jomblang
Pantai Padang Padang
Pulau Tabuhan
Gili Nanggu
Keraton Jogja
Kawah Sikidang
Keraton Kesepuhan
Merlion Park
Orchard Road
Pura Tirta Empul
The Jungle Water Park
The Peak
Gua Sunyaragi
Pulau Kotok
Pantai Green Bowl
Pantai Jimbaran
Petronas Twin Tower
Taman Wisata MekarSari
Telaga Menjer
Pantai Selong Belanak
Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur
Gili Kedis
Pura Ulun Danau Beratan
Batu Ratapan Angin
Bukit Malimbu
Singapore River
Golden Sunrise Sikunir
Kawah Tangkuban Perahu
Pulau Menjangan Kecil
Banyu Panas Palimanan
Telaga Merdada
Sembalun Lawang
Golden Bauhinia Square
Bukit Anak Dara

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