Skip to comments.Hong Kong Disneyland: Mainland tourists drive profit through the roof
Posted on 02/17/2014 6:29:26 PM PST by BenLurkin
Hong Kong Disneyland is 52 per cent-owned by the citys government.
The park reported its first-ever annual profit since its 2005 opening in the 2012 fiscal year, totalling US$14.06 million, while attendance stood at 6.7 million visitors.
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That’s about two bucks profit a head, but I wonder how that measures against previous losses and the total investment.
A weekend at a resort with giant rats makes them feel good about living with smaller vermin back home!
One of the most disturbing things he mentioned about what he hated is that it is considered OK for children to defecate on the ground in public.
I'm wondering if this is tolerated in the Disneyland there.
If so: Watch your every step!
I have worked at the one in Tokyo. Not Disney owned. Good company and profitable. Cleanest of the parks. People still stay long enough to retire.
“I’m wondering if this is tolerated in the Disneyland there.”
I was at Disney HongKong a few years ago. That was the third Disneyland that I have been to. It is as clean and well run as any Disneyland.
You couldn’t pay me enough to step inside that park with its throngs.
Is it in Kowloon or the new territories? Or on one of the islands?
I was at HK Disneyland, standing in line for a ride, and saw a kid do his thing on the side. The parent was next to him with a water bottle for afterwards. No one said anything to the kid or parent but you knew what everyone was thinking about.
You see things like this around Hong Kong where ever tourists from China are. Not everyone does it but enough do it so that everyone knows it happens.