Have you seen videos or even just photos of say Tokyo Seashave only been to DLP and WDW, and DLP was ages ago when it was just one park.
DS however has been recently and also to Shanghai.
What I loved about DLP: the fact that you can go into the castle. Not exactly the same as touring a stately home in the U.K., but you still go in. The park is well laid out, and beautiful too. Big Thunder loading is on the “mainland” so to speak, you then go through a tunnel and the ride itself is on the equivalent of TSI. They had the first coaster with a complete loop in any Disney park, although the ride itself is off the shelf and not great (not that I’d know, not a coaster gal). Also the Downtown area was fun, and the Wild West show was a highlight. Plus the Disneyland Hotel to die for. And an ice rink at the Hotel New York (soon to be “Marvel-ised” -boo, hiss).
The Tokyo park looks amazing.
DS said Shanghai was so open, big wide paths around. Although he said it was a very different vibe and didn’t really feel like Disney.
WDW has (or will have) clones or copies of rides from every other one I believe, maybe not Hong Kong.
But I do get your point. We keep thinking about going to Disneyland CA. But we keep coming back to it’s too small to be worthwhile as the main focus of a trip. Which means adding on California, which means spending a ton of extra money…