As I was in Hong Kong for work earlier this week, I managed to find a few hours spare for a quick visit to Hong Kong Disneyland before flying home to check out the Spring decorations throughout the park. I found out there was a Disney Character Egg Hunt that you could do when at the park. So after grabbing a park map which listed all the different eggs to find (there are over 60 of them), I set off in the hope of finding them all. Some were easy and some were a little more difficult – once I realised they were not all at ground level I found a lot more!
On Main Street USA there are eggs of Minnie, Mickey, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, Goofy, Chip, Dale, Mike, Sulley, Duffy, Shellie May and Gelatoni.
Just to the side of Sleeping Beauty Castle next to the walkway between Fantasyland and Tomorrowland you can find the eggs of Doc, Grumpy, Sleepy, Sneezy, Bashful, Happy and Dopey.
The Simba, Timon and Pumbaa eggs were above the entrance to the Festival of the Lion King show and the Nemo and Dory eggs were in one of the pools at the entrance to Adventureland.
In Grizzly Gulch the eggs of Rocky, Mother Lode, Nugget and Lucky the Dog were all located close to the entrance of Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars. Sadly the ride was closed for maintenance (it was covered in scaffolding) so was unable to ride.
The egg of Albert the Monkey was right outside Mystic Manor surrounded by a few more bright coloured bejewelled eggs. This also seemed like a perfect time for a few rides on Mystic Manor as there was no line. I might have also finally given into temptation after all these years and purchased an Albert the Monkey in the Archive Shop – well it was reduced so seemed only right.
The Buzz Lightyear egg was very well hidden high up by the entrance to Toy Story Land and the Hamm and Rex eggs were on top of one of the buildings. The eggs of Woody, Jessie, Lotso and the Aliens were all found easily when walking through the land.
There were lots of eggs to be found in Fantasyland. Olaf was outside the Storybook Shoppe whilst Roo, Kanga, Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore were all located around the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh ride – Tigger on the other hand was hiding next to the sign above the entrance. The two hardest eggs to find were Tinker Bell and Sorcerer Mickey. It took a while but I eventually found them above the information booth and just inside the entrance to Mickey’s Philharmagic.
Next to the Mad Hatter Tea Cups were eggs of the Cheshire Cat, Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
In Tomorrowland I easily found the eggs of C-3PO, R2-D2 and BB-8 whilst it was impossible to miss the Stormtrooper and Darth Vader eggs outside Space Mountain. A quick ride on Space Mountain naturally followed.
After checking my park map, I realised there were three eggs that I had not seen on Main Street USA so I went back to search for them before leaving the park. I eventually found the eggs of Baymax, Joy and Sadness close to the park entrance by the Art of Animation.
So after only originally going to the park for an hour or two, I ended up spending over four hours there! I didn’t know that there were that many eggs in the park but it was great fun finding them all – according to my iPhone I walked about 10km that day! The Spring decorations really are beautiful and I highly recommend a visit to see them if you can.
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