In a resort the size and scale of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Here are just a few of the fascinating facts and figures that make up Hong Kong Disneyland:
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort employs more than 7,000 full-time and part-time Cast Members – making us one of Hong Kong's largest employers in the entertainment industry.
Cast Members spend, on average, at least one week of every year in training.
There are approximately 200 species of trees and 400 shrub species at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
The movie screen for Mickey's PhilharMagic is the largest seamless projection screen in the world. It is 150 feet long and 28 feet high.
Decorating the Chinese restaurant at Disneyland Hotel are 2,238 crystal lotuses because the number sounds like the phrase "easily generates wealth" in Cantonese.
The main ballroom at Disneyland Hotel at the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is 888 square meters, because 888 is considered a "wealthy" number.
The Starliner Diner restaurant in Tomorrowland is the largest restaurant at Hong Kong Disneyland and seats 800 people!
The murals in the Plaza Inn restaurant are reproductions of landscapes illustrated and produced by Disney artists for the Disney animated film Mulan.
The Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad has three locomotives: the Walter E. Disney, a tribute to the founder of The Walt Disney Company; the Roy O. Disney, co-founder of The Walt Disney Company and Walt Disney's brother; and the Frank G. Wells, who was The Walt Disney Company's president from 1984 to 1994.
Hong Kong Disneyland's Adventureland is the largest Adventureland of all the Magic Kingdom parks around the world.
Sleeping Beauty Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland features an integrated computerized strobe light system, which creates a sparkling effect that makes the castle look even more magical at night!
The Cinderella Carousel in Fantasyland features paintings that tell the story of Walt Disney's classic film Cinderella.
The Fantasy Garden at Hong Kong Disneyland is modeled after a classic English garden and the Tivoli Garden in Denmark, which was one of Walt Disney's inspirations for the original Disneyland.
The singing voice from the wishing well at Snow White Grotto in Hong Kong Disneyland is that of Adriana Caselotti, the singing voice of Snow White.
The large globe at the base of the Orbitron attraction is designed to be a map of the universe, with galaxies and stars represented by embedded fiber optics that glow and change colors at night. It is designed after celestial models from the 15th to 19th centuries to show how planets in the solar system move.
The structure of Space Mountain is 91 feet and the tallest spire reaches 133 feet high.
UFO in the "UFO Cool Zone" stands for Undeniably Fun Object!