You'll get a good spot for fireworks — guaranteed.
When Shanghai Disneyland opened last week, it made history as the first iteration of Walt Disney's classic theme park in mainland China, and the sixth of its kind worldwide.
While it's been over 60 years since the very first opening day back in Anaheim, the eye-popping new attractions and technologically savvy updates within the latest Disneyland are enough to have us questioning our home park loyalty.
There's so much that's fresh and unique about Shanghai's new park, but plenty that pays tribute to our favorite nostalgia, too. From a larger-than-life castle and beloved long-lost characters to a secret spot we never thought we'd find in China (!), here's why your new favorite Disney park could in fact be one that's furthest away.