MANILA, Philippines — World of Frozen, the world’s first ever and up to now solely “Frozen”-themed park on the planet, formally opens to the general public right now, November 20, in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
Constructed for seven years and opened in time for the tenth anniversary of “Frozen,” the dwelling land of Arendelle goals to move visitors to a world the place you could be absolutely immersed within the magic of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ movies “Frozen” and “Frozen 2,” that are among the many largest animated movies of all time.
In the course of the press launch final week, there was a Kiss Goodnight Second whereby Anna, Elsa and Olaf has a brief stage skit, adopted by an impressive drone present.
“What nonetheless makes me emotional is when the lights activate, listening to the background music we recorded (for the park), we go over the lake and we see the fort on the background within the water, and also you hear romantic music, renditions of the ‘Frozen’ music, we begin to really feel actually emotional as a result of it’s such a lovely sight and actually takes you out of the texture that you just’re nonetheless in a theme park. It’s such a lovely setting, very nostalgic,” Michel den Dulk, government artistic director at Walt Disney Imagineering, advised Philstar.com and different press on the pre-opening preview.
He has noticed from choose pre-opening visitors that the ceremony “calms individuals down particularly at night time, at nightfall, once they stroll by the land and see the waterfall from the space.”
“It’s so enjoyable to see that visitors are resonating nicely with the surroundings that we created that at a sure stage, touches them and that may create what we name eternal reminiscences and they might take that house and have form of a heat feeling of the expertise they’d in Disneyland and that’s one thing that you could’t purchase…” — Video by Deni Bernardo, video modifying by Martin Ramos
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