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DisneylandDisneyland's MTR Station at night

 

If you are staying off-property, your first port of call at Hong Kong Disneyland is probably going to be the MTR Station. Disneyland's MTR Station is designed to reflect Victorian-Era architecture, just as the Disneyland Hotel and many other elements of the resort follow this theme. Feature large open spaces that spill out onto the Park Promenade, the MTR Station is the hub of transport activity in and out of the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.

 

The station itself has only one platform, and this is fitted with specially-designed automatic platform gates to stop people from falling onto the tracks.

 

Working with Hong Kong's existing MTR Railway system, the Disneyland Resort line has two main stations.  Disneyland Resort Station can be accessed by joining the MTR at any point and getting to Sunny Bay Station on the Tung Chung line, where guests can change for a special train bound for Disneyland!  Similarly, once you've finished your day at Disneyland, you can return to any part of Hong Kong along the MTR routes by re-joining the train at the Disneyland Resort Station and changing at Sunny Bay to rejoin the regular MTR network.

 

For full details on Getting There, see our dedicated page on transport options here. You'll also find MTR ticketing options there as well. For a complete list of MTR timetables, route maps and scheduled changes, be sure to visit the MTR Corporation's website.

 

To use the MTR line, you may choose a Disneyland Resort Line 1-Day Pass. Available at all MTR Stations and the Airport Express, the passes entitle the user unlimited travel to and from the Disneyland Resort Station for a full day within 6 months of the purchase date. Available at HK$50 each*, they come in collectible character designs.  It's your passport to the Disneyland Resort!

 

If you're at the Hong Kong Disneyland Ticket Express counter at Hong Kong Station, you can also buy your Disneyland tickets in advance, including ones your've ordered online, or take advantage of the all-in-one train and park ticket offer.

 

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