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Enchanted Storybook Castle

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Enchanted Storybook Castle
Shanghai disneyland castle.jpg
Shanghai Disneyland
AreaFantasyland
Coordinates31°08′44″N 121°39′20″E / 31.1455449°N 121.6556832°E / 31.1455449; 121.6556832
StatusOperating
Opening dateJune 16, 2016[1]
General statistics
Attraction typeCastle
ThemeDisney Princess/Frozen
Height60 m (200 ft)

Enchanted Storybook Castle is a castle in Shanghai Disneyland. Similarly to the Castle of Magical Dreams in Hong Kong Disneyland, it represents all of the Disney Princesses and not only one. Additionally, it is the tallest castle in all of the related Disney theme parks. It replaced Walt Disney World’s Cinderella Castle as the tallest castle in any Disney Park.

The look of Enchanted Storybook Castle was inspired by many other Disney Castles, including Cinderella Castle and Sleeping Beauty Castle. Features include a walk-through attraction, a Disney character dining restaurant, and a boat-themed attraction inside the castle. On the tallest tower, there is a peony flower sculpture to represent Shanghai, giving voice to the motto of the Theme Park: 'Authentically Disney, Distinctly Chinese.'

Shanghai Disney Resort is the first Disney Park resort in Mainland China and the third in Asia.


See also

References

  1. ^ Smith, Thomas (January 12, 2016). "Opening Date Set for Shanghai Disney Resort, Disney's Newest World-Class Destination". DisneyParks Blog. Archived from the original on June 18, 2016. Retrieved January 12, 2016.

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