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Q: Shanghai Disney Land

Ok I've been conned into going back to the worlds toilet for a wedding.
The kids want to go to Disney Land while we are in the area.
What can you guys tell me about the place?
Accommodation costs safety issues anything You think I need to know thats not in the brosures ?
Personaly I would rather go to Hong Zhou for some Morlock hunting.
Thanks in advance

2 years 6 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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 'very crowded ... no '.. ,I read ... buTT ... you know that!

 

Very crowded - Review of Shanghai Disneyland, Shanghai, China ...https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g308272-d10383031-r654978383-Shanghai_Disneyland-Shanghai.htmlReview of Shanghai Disneyland Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile We visited only 1 attraction, huge amount of people...We were not satisfied as we spent a big sum of money for the tickets, but it wasn't real to visit attractions.

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