I've been to TDR twice.
While recently looking up some info about the parks online and people's comments, I was struck by how hardly anyone mentions Triton's Kingdom. They will write at length, with photos, about all sorts of other aspects of the resort, but often will ignore TK. The Mermaid Show, which is excellent, also takes a back seat to almost everything else in the park.
I remember the first time I went to Disney Sea: about the third time we criss-crossed the park, near the end of the afternoon, my son and I just wandered down this one path where we had been before. This time, however, instead of rushing by, we saw the entrance to something. Only after wandering down a bit did we realize the extent of what was there.
We couldn't believe our eyes. We glanced at the park map, and sure enough there is no mention of Triton's Kingdom, just a circled number for each of the various kiddie rides. And the entrance is also not really marked on the map. Since my son was 13, I knew he wouldn't be interested in bouncing jellyfish or the teacup spin. And the Mermaid Show might seem unappealing for teenagers - as it is in Florida. So we didn't really think to visit those rides or see the show.
I am wondering if some people visiting the park are missing this phenomenal area (as we almost did), and why isn't this emphasized more?