In case you haven’t heard this fun news yet coming out of Disneyland yet, the former Aladdin’s Oasis will soon be transformed to The Tropical Hideaway. The Tropical Hideaway is Coming Soon to Disneyland! It will be a marketplace of sorts, where guests can shop and enjoy a meal nestled along the shores between the Jungle Cruise and Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. “Welcome to our tropical hideaway, you lucky people you!” Sound familiar?
Few details have been released as of yet regarding this exciting new project but we do know that it will be modeled after an exotic traders’ market where you will be able to chat it up with your favorite skippers and mingle with Adventureland locals.
It would appear that this area will be a place for families to relax, unwind and enjoy a snack or two as Disney is calling the market a place that will feature all the sights, sounds and flavors of the tropics.
“Welcome to our TROPICAL HIDEAWAY, you lucky people you!” ✨🐤🐦🎶 We all will be super lucky people soon because the new “Tropical Hideaway” transformation is underway in Adventureland (replacing Aladdin’s Oasis)! ••• If you missed our post about this magical place awhile back, it will be a marketplace of sorts, where guests can shop and enjoy a meal along the waters of the Jungle Cruise! No opening date yet, but we will be sure to keep you all updated. 🌴
The original Jungle Cruise opened on July 17, 1955 at Disneyland Park. Based on Disney’s award-winning True-Life Adventure films, Jungle Cruise premiered with a more serious and educational tone. In the early 1960s, however, Walt Disney introduced more drama and lighthearted scenes and asked one of his most accomplished animators, Marc Davis, to sketch some humorous gags.
Over the years, as the Jungle Cruise landscape has grown, so has the cast of animals. These updates, along with the talented skippers, provide fun new surprises on every trip down the river.
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room—which debuted in 1963—is the first Audio-Animatronics show. Walt Disney’s fascination with translating his love of film animation into the real world led to the groundbreaking new technology, which enabled the synchronization of movement, audio and visual effects of a multitude of animated figures at one time. This technology helped pave the way for other classic attractions, including “it’s a small world,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and the “Haunted Mansion.”
Walt originally envisioned the Enchanted Tiki Room as a dinner show. However, he knew the attraction would be so popular that he changed the format to accommodate more Guests before it opened.
We are so excited about The Tropical Hideaway coming soon to Disneyland. Stay tuned to Chip and Co for more info on The Tropical Hideaway!
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