Disneyland managing director Bill Ernest said Tuesday the government should speed up the reclamation work for phase two of the theme park.
However, he agreed that several phase-one attractions have still to come on line, but will soon.
Ernest said concrete plans for phase two have still to be agreed between the two sides and will take some time.
He said that, apart from three "coming soon" attractions, there is room for other shows and exhibits in phase one. "It is not the number of attractions, but their size," Ernest said, adding that designing the various attractions was similar to fitting pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
Ernest said that, when completed, phase one will be able to handle 10 million guests annually.
He said the most popular attraction is the Hong Kong Disneyland Railroad, which runs from Mainstreet USA through Fantasyland.
In order to avoid the chaos that occurred during the Lunar New Year holidays, Ernest said the park will be adding 11 more "special days" for Easter and the May Day holidays, during which sales of tickets will be limited to prevent overcrowding.
During the Easter holidays the park will adopt a "cross utilization" system whereby back office staff will help those at the front line handle the crowd.