Disneyland Shares A Sneak Preview For The Tropical Hideaway at Adventureland

For those who are classic Disneyland lovers and who appreciate the former Disneyland restaurants and attractions such as the Tahitian Terrace and the former Aladdin’s Oasis, will soon love the upcoming opening for The Tropical Hideaway in Adventureland this year. The Tropical Hideaway was announced earlier this year that will be located between the Enchanted Tiki Room and The Jungle Cruise attractions. When adventurers visit this spot and will able to “rub elbows with their favorite skippers with an exotic traders’ market with food, beverages, and sights from the tropics”.

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Some of the food menu items to be served for The Tropical Hideaway at Disneyland. Source: (©Disney)

Today in which Disney shared some more updated details for what adventurers can expect towards The Tropical Hideaway, including some of the food and beverages.

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Artist Concept Only for The Tropical Hideaway including the sign for the area. Source: (©Disney)

When adventurers are visiting the market, they can sink their taste buds into food items and three different kinds of a steamed bao bun including; Spiced Vegetable Bao, Kaffir Lime Chicken Bao, and Bulgogi Beef Bao. This also includes a ramen salad or a tropical-inspired snack as well. For something dessert related and sweet, try out the Sweet Pineapple Lumpia, a spring roll filled with pineapple and sweet cream cheese too!

After having your coarse meal and just back and relax in soaking up the sights of the Jungle River waterfront and listen towards the musical sounds of the tropics. When the sun goes down, flickering Tiki touches will illuminate the area and transforming into a nighttime area in Adventureland.

No official opening date for The Tropical Hideaway TBA but, it will open up this year. For everything Disney Parks & Resorts and all other themed entertainment news, keep checking back here at SkywalkingAdventure.com

Source: Disney 

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