Hong Kong Disneyland is supported by
major infrastructure development in the
• Formation of the 280 hectare site
(the size of about 250 football fields)
• 8 km of carriageways from North
Lantau to Penny’s Bay
• A public pier (Disneyland Resort Pier)
and transport interchanges
• A police post and a fire station-cumambulance
depot, designed to match
the architecture of the theme park
and with environment-friendly
features such as recycling rainwater
for vehicle washing and irrigation
• Extensive landscaping to provide
a setting commensurate with the
ambiance of Hong Kong Disneyland.
Over 110 hectares have been planted
with more than 5 million trees and
• The Inspiration Lake Recreation
Centre, featuring Hong Kong’s largest
artificial lake (12 hectares), which also
serves as an irrigation reservoirFuture Development
Hong Kong Disneyland and the
Disney-themed hotels occupy about
126 hectares of the site for Phase 1.
To encourage repeat visits,
the Government and Disney have
agreed that new attractions and
facilities should continue to be
developed. Construction of one new
attraction – the Autopia – has already
started and is due for completion
The Government has given Disney
an option to buy a site of about 54
hectares east of the Phase 1 site for
Phase 2 expansion. Site formation will
be completed by end-2008.
So the Entire Site is 280 hectare (infrastructure, Inspiration Lake, theme park, hotels etc)
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is part of the 280 hectares Site.
Phase 1 of HKDL Resort is 126 hectares.
Phase 2 of HKDL Resort is 54 hectares.
so Phase 1 + Phase 2 of HKDL Resort = 126 + 54 = 180 hectares.
180 hectares out of the total 280 hectares site
Phase 1 means 1st gate (HK Disneyland) + hotels
Phase 2 means 2nd gate(????) + hotels