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    Disneyland(s)

    Hey fellow micechatters. I really need your guys professional help and expertise. I have the lucky opportunity to go to any Disneyland. Of course I do live in SoCal so Anaheim is not a choice. Can you please give me advice as to which one is the most ideal of a choice? Should I wait for the opening say of Shanghai?
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    Well, can you go to DisneySea as well as Tokyo Disneyland? Because then I'd say Tokyo for sure. However, be warned, the Tokyo parks are far more crowded then DL so you have to weigh that out too. Paris is supposed to be the most visually attractive park. Hong Kong is too small, and I think that Shanghai will probably open up with only a handful of attractions as well.
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    Re: Disneyland(s)

    Of the ones I've been to, I think Tokyo is amazing. Well, Disney Sea, not so much Tokyo Disneyland. But then again, the Magic Kingdom/Disneyland style parks are all rather similar.

    Also, I have not been to Paris or Hong Kong, so I may not be quite the best source of information of the subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by Big D View Post
    Well, can you go to DisneySea as well as Tokyo Disneyland? Because then I'd say Tokyo for sure. However, be warned, the Tokyo parks are far more crowded then DL so you have to weigh that out too. Paris is supposed to be the most visually attractive park. Hong Kong is too small, and I think that Shanghai will probably open up with only a handful of attractions as well.
    Tokyo can also have slower days as well. Do NOT go during the end of March though. That is when I went and it was crazy seeing all the big attractions at 180+ min waits.

    Someone provided a crowd forecast calendar for TDL before. I would link it here, but I seem to have lost the link.

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    Tokyo trumps all.

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