If you think there is no magic in this World, you should visit the Tokyo Disney Resort, which includes two parks: Disneyland and Disney Sea. It’s a great example that money can do some good.

The moment you put a foot in, you disappear into the midst of kaleidoscopic events, unreal attractions and fairy-tale like architecture. I literally didn’t want to leave.

Although the place takes you to a different realm, with at least 8500 people visiting the park each day it quickly gets crowded, jammed and somehow frustrating. Make sure you get there as early as possible and book the most wanted attractions before every one else, or wait 170 minutes in a queue later!

There is so much to say about the whole experience, so I won’t dive into details now. I will write another article on how to make the most out of the day in Disneyland when I have some spare time later.

Written by Tomasz Lisiecki
Hey, my name is Tomasz. I am an open-minded and hard-working individualist living in the ever-raining land called The Great Britain. I am running my own company and a YouTube channel.