Crystal Lotus Restaurant Hong Kong Disneyland


Crystal Lotus Restaurant Hong Kong Disneyland

During a recent trip to the Hong Kong Disneyland, I was invited to try out the Crystal Lotus Restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel which is located in the park area. Serving authentic Chinese cuisines, a 7-course Chinese meal was prepared for me and my partner where we had no expectations on to what was coming our way. I mean, this is Disneyland therefore our expectations were decently average but when the food started coming our way, all we could say was wow.

Totally out of our expectations, the effort, preparations, taste and overall experience was simply amazing. I had never had such detailed Chinese cuisine in my entire life like I did here. After coming from a multi-racial country like Malaysia, I had my fair share of Chinese cuisines around the country but here in Hong Kong Disneyland, this restaurant took a new twist to Chinese food. Course by course the element of surprise got better only to be doubly surprised by how the chefs here use various methods of incorporating the Disney character of Mickey Mouse in some of the dishes.


The bar at Crystal Lotus Restaurant

Our verdict was simple, if you are a Chinese food lover and want to try something unique when visiting Disneyland Hong Kong, you should make a reservation at the Crystal Lotus Restaurant which is located at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. No regrets as in taste wise, it supersedes your expectations. You can order À la carte or even by course meals here. The ambiance of the restaurant is also something to look at due to the mix designs of modern contemporary with a Chinese. In total, there are 2238 lotuses that decorate the entire restaurant. Look our for the amazing lotus chandelier that hangs in the back dining area. A beautifully designed bar is also available for those wanting some cocktails or other drinks.

Below are some photos which I took during the 7-course Chinese dinner there. Click on the pictures to see the full size.


Crystal Lotus Restaurant entrance


Smoked Duck Breast in Piggy Mask Buns


Grouper Fillet Dumplings


Dried Scallops in Mickey Winter Melon Chicken Soup


Wok fried shrimps with Disney root vegetables


Wok Fried Tenderloin Beef Cubes with vegetables


Tasmanian Crab Meat Fried Rice



Mickey Chilled Mango Pudding


Crystal Lotus Menu


Crystal Lotus Chandelier

Crystal Lotus Restaurant is located at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel which is in the park premises.

Crystal Lotus Restaurant Lunch Promotion Details

Serving Time

  • 12:00noon – 2:00pm (Mondays – Fridays)
  • 11:00am – 3:00pm (Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays)
  • HK$371 & up per Person (Original Price HK$415)
  • (Minimum 2 persons, price included tea condiment and service charge)

For further details, you can visit the Hong Kong Disneyland Website for rooms, packages and any other information.  My visit to the theme park here is my second in just five years and the main reason to come back again was to see some of the Hong Kong Disneyland new rides and attractions. The fist time when I visited, I stayed in the city of Hong Kong while this time around, we stayed at the Disney’s Hollywood Hotel in the park itself. If you have a family and want an experience to remember, I recommend you stay at any of the Disneyland Hotels in Hong Kong.


Malaysia Airlines A380 Takes-Off To Hong Kong on 1 May 2013

Malaysia Airlines A380

Malaysia Airlines A380 Takes-Off To Hong Kong on 1 May 2013

Malaysia Airlines commenced its Airbus A380 service from Kuala Lumpur to the capital of Hong Kong on the 1st of May 2013 to create airline industry news for the region. Currently Malaysia Airlines flies twice daily to Hong Kong on the A330-300 and B737-800. The superjumbo will be replacing the A330-300 service from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong and will operate on MH72/MH73.

In a simple yet meaningful inaugural flight event at the KL International Airport graced by Malaysia Airlines’ Group Chief Executive Officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya and Malaysia Airlines’ senior anagement staff, the superjumbo operating flight MH72 was given a ceremonious send-off at 9:15am this morning.

The full capacity A380 flight took off for Hong Kong, 41 years after its maiden flight operations on the B737 between the two cities on 1 October 1972. Speaking at the send-off event, Malaysia Airlines’ Group CEO, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said “The decision to fly the A380 to Hong Kong is to showcase our newest premium offering in products and services – improved comfort, luxury and convenience to our guests.”

“Hong Kong has great potential due to its good mix of Business and Leisure travellers—the city has a promising market and I also believe that our membership in the oneworld alliance from 1 February 2013 will also contribute to our load factor”. In conjunction with the introductory, the airline offered its customers attractive Economy Class fares from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong for only RM760 all-in return on a promotion from 17 April until 20 May 2013.

MASholidays, the travel arm of Malaysia Airlines also offered vacation packages for 4D/3N in Hong Kong with a choice of City Tour, visit to Disneyland or Ocean Park from RM1416 onwards. “We decided to reward our passengers with these irresistible promotions as our customers were very excited when they heard we were flying the A380 to Hong Kong. We generated more than 2,000 passenger sales between 13 April to date under this campaign and the numbers are still growing. This promotion has helped us kick-start the momentum to drive more sales on the A380 to Hong Kong route.”

With the A380 replacing the A330-300, Malaysia Airlines is also introducing First Class travel on this route. The super jumbo has eight First Class seats on the main deck, which converts into a full flat bed of 87 inches in length and a width of 40 inches, making it the widest seats amongst other airlines. Each seat boasts an individual 23-inch in-flight entertainment screen with personal closet and stowage for coat, luggage, laptop and personal belongings.

The airlines’ A380 also has 66 Business Class seats on the upper deck and each comes with individual 17 inches in-flight entertainment screen, the largest amongst Malaysia Airlines’ Business Class. Personal items stowage is available on each seat along with 115VAC PED power supply and USB port. Hong Kong is the national carrier’s third A380 destination after London and Paris.