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diswis

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Joined
Apr 9, 2019
You guy's did not fall for anything, my mom is taking me for my 18th birthday (I am currently 17) and have a very very blended family (divorce) with all Disney fans, so we go at least 3 times a year (thus the reason i have so many plans).
And, for my 18th bday trip, I was wondering about visas. I have heard stories about it not being the easiest. I have never travelled overseas - so I'm not sure about how multiple woudl work.
Budget wise it is not very doable, but if i save I might be ok.
 

Sandeep1

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 20, 2018
You guy's did not fall for anything, my mom is taking me for my 18th birthday (I am currently 17) and have a very very blended family (divorce) with all Disney fans, so we go at least 3 times a year (thus the reason i have so many plans).
And, for my 18th bday trip, I was wondering about visas. I have heard stories about it not being the easiest. I have never travelled overseas - so I'm not sure about how multiple woudl work.
Budget wise it is not very doable, but if i save I might be ok.
You're 17 or 23?
 
  • diswis

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Apr 9, 2019
    You're 17 or 23?
    17. Put a random birthday in, I wasn't sure if there were age restrictions, so I put a random year.
    I have to do that for most apps (snapchat, kik, my playstation+ account, gmail, iCloud, apple pay, venmo, etc.) because otherwise I am restricted severely. I can't even use venmo, which is a necessity in my life if I use my real birth year.
     

    Flossbolna

    Sea days are just so relaxing!
    Joined
    Sep 8, 2006
    I'm supposed to go to WDW for my 18th birthday (it would be a VERY late present, like end of 2020-mid 2021), and am interested in going to TDR instead. When I say to go to all the parks is my life goal, I mean it.
    I have 1 question - is there any way for me to hit the other asian parks while I'm in the general area?
    Quite a few people do this. This is an article from a website that is a good resource for planning a trip to the Asian parks: https://tdrexplorer.com/disney-asia-parks-itinerary/

    You asked about visas and that would not be an issue is you are in Shanghai for less than 144 hours and fly in from a different city than where you go next. Then you don’t need a visa.

    There are more threads about all park trips, Shanghai and Hong Kong on the Other Lands board. This board is Tokyo specific.
     

    diswis

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Apr 9, 2019
    Quite a few people do this. This is an article from a website that is a good resource for planning a trip to the Asian parks: https://tdrexplorer.com/disney-asia-parks-itinerary/

    You asked about visas and that would not be an issue is you are in Shanghai for less than 144 hours and fly in from a different city than where you go next. Then you don’t need a visa.

    There are more threads about all park trips, Shanghai and Hong Kong on the Other Lands board. This board is Tokyo specific.
    Thank you! I was not aware :)
    I'll keep my toyko questions here.
     

    JohnLever

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Aug 21, 2019
    I am fond of Japanese food especially snacks. I have subscribed to Bokksu who send me amazing snacks every month and I really enjoy them.
     

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