|Sleeping Beauty Castle|
|Hong Kong Disneyland|
|Opening date||September 12, 2005|
Hong Kong's Sleeping Beauty Castle is a carbon copy of Disneyland Park's. The rooftops of the Hong Kong's castle use a dark shade of blue while Disneyland in California uses a lighter blue shade so its rooftops can be seen more 'shiny' because it causes the reflection of sunlight, the same thing happens to the pink walls, in Hong Kong, the castle looks more medieval because Hong Kong Disneyland's castle uses pinker than the California one, the accents and cornice of the Hong Kong castle is more' white and pink' while the California uses more golden accents, cornice, and decorations so the US looks more fairytale while daytime. The Hong Kong castle is surrounded by fewer trees than the US's so fireworks view from the plaza to the castle in Hong Kong is wider while the other view was blocked by tall trees.
During the 5th Anniversary
In celebration of Hong Kong Disneyland's 5th Anniversary, "Celebration in the Air," unlike Disneyland, the castle has been transformed into Tinker Bell's Pixie Dusted castle. The castle is decorated by golden pixie dust, which sparkles and shimmers in the sun, and illuminates by night.
During the 10th Anniversary
Although no significant decorations are added to Hong Kong Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle for the park's 10th anniversary, the nightly "Disney In The Stars" fireworks show is added with elaborate projection mapping with visuals to compliment the display. This, however, resulted in the elimination of a few pyrotechnic elements launched from the front of the castle during the show.
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