We spendt one day in Disneyland Hong Kong and one night at the Disneyland hotel, the highlight of our Hong Kong-Thailand vacation. It's true Disneyland is small, the castle is tiny and there aren't many rides but I found this to be an advantage. Whenever I'm in WDW or DLRP I feel pressured to do everything and therefore we have to adhere to strict touringplans and those days are usually very tiring. This time I felt confident we could manage to do everything we wanted in one day, so, for the first time ever, we went at a slow pace, wonderful. We rode every ride once, Buzz Lightyear even six times, met every available character and were finished by 7 pm which left us with enoug time for dinner before the firework started. The park is very well kept and the castmembers were very attentive. The thing I didn't really like was the line cutting which happens at almost every ride and not in a subtle way, castmembers sometimes saw what happened but didn't do anything against it, I guess they are just used it, as it happens all the time and everywhere (subway, cashiers at supermarkets, lines for Airport security- everywhere). Disneyland hotel is gorgeous, we had a tower room that was huge, in the wardrobe were bathrobes and slippers, even small ones for children-so cute! Character breakfast at Enchanted Garden was great, they have a western style, a chinese and an Indian corner. I don't like sweet food in the morning and partcularly care for eggs, so I feasted on curries, miso soup and dim sum- it was breakfast paradise for me. Unfortunately the bar (I think it was called "Breeze") closes very early at 9pm and food in the lobby is served until 10:30pm, so if you want to eat after a day in th park you hve to be quick, considering the fireworks start at 9pm on weekends. By the way: the cast member who sold us the tickets told us that character breakfast is only available for hotel guests here on the board I was told otherwise, I don't know which information is the right one, it's just something to bear in mind if you wat to have breakfast there. All in all I have to say that, for us, Disneyland Hong Kong was definitely worth seeing and whilst Disneyland Hotel was quite expensive I think the overall value was good. I didn't like Hong Kong particularly but the day at the Disneyland more than made up for the other days.