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Celebrate ‘Disney PhotoPass’ Day at the Walt Disney World Resort on August 19

Get ready to smile and say "cheese" on August 19 at the Walt Disney World Resort as Disney PhotoPass Photograpers and guests celebrate "Disney PhotoPass Day." This new event is a one-day celebration of the art and fun of photography.

Walt Disney World News Round-up: Holiday Dessert Party Reservations, Soarin’ Around the World, and More!

Happy weekend and welcome to our Saturday news round-up! We have a lot of news to report including an new holiday-season dessert party and the launch of the all-new Soarin' Around the World at Epcot. Let's check out what's been going on!

Nine Dragons Restaurant and Morimoto Asia Celebrating Chinese New Year with Special Menu Items

Nine Dragons in Epcot's China Pavilion and Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs are celebrating the Chinese New Year with new menu items and special menus beginning February 8.

Holidays Around the World Begins at Epcot on November 27

November is just a couple days away and that means there are only a few weeks until the winter holiday season kicks off. Epcot's Holidays Around the World is scheduled to begin Friday, November 27 and runs through December 30.

Walt Disney World Resort Plans Special Entertainment Options for New Year’s Eve

If you're planning on ringing in the New Year at the Walt Disney World Resort there are several celebratory options in the theme parks.

In Epcot, guests can party through the night with a DJ and light show at the Future World Fountain Stage. There will be a smoke-billowing dragon in the China pavilion and Euro-pop and lasers lighting up the Italy pavilion, and a Latin band and a DJ are set to entertain on the America Gardens Stage.

New Holiday Experiences Coming to Epcot’s Holidays Around the World

This year, Epcot's Holidays Around the World celebration is offering guests new experiences in several of the World Showcase pavilions.

These new experiences are in addition to guest favorites including Joyful! A Gospel Celebration of the Season, the Canadian Holiday Voyageurs, and more.

Jeweled Dragon Acrobats Perform Daily at Epcot

Disney Parks Blog is reporting that the Jeweled Dragon Acrobats have recently launched a five-shows-daily-five-days-a-week schedule at Epcot.

The troupe has landed in Epcot straight from China and is comprised of two women and six men. All of the acrobats, who range from age 18 to 21, have been training since a young age in their homeland. The group has been performing together professionally for three years.

Catch the amazing acrobatic feats of the Jeweled Dragon Acrobats in the China pavilion.

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5 Spectacular Garden Settings At Walt Disney World Year Round

With the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival starting in just a couple of week, I've got Disney gardens on my mind. But the most lovely thing about the gardens of Walt Disney World is that you don't have to wait for the festival to experience them. 365 days a year s Disney's horticulture team works hard to maintain some of the most impressive environments its guests can dream of.

Great Places To Take A Break While Touring Food & Wine Festival

The joys of Epcot on a Festival day are plenty, but the truth of Florida in September and early October means that folks can start to feel a little more spent than expected. With rich foods, lots of booze, high heat, humidity, long lines, and little shade - it's not uncommon to hear of guests that feel ill in the middle of the day. It's OK though, with a little pre-planning you can tour the festival like a pro.

20+ Epcot Fun Facts

Walt Disney World's Epcot Theme Park sprawls across an enormous 305 acres, the expanse makes it three times larger than the Resort's first gate, the Magic Kingdom. Since it opened on Oct. 1, 1982 - Epcot has been welcoming guests to explore a world of new ideas and technology amongst a with a kaleidoscope of nations so that we may celebrate the cultural heritage and achievements of the inhabitants of earth. Read on to discover some Fun Facts about Epcot!

Our Favorite Things about Epcot’s China Pavilion

Epcot's China pavilion is one of our favorite spots to visit when we're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of World Showcase. Not only is it home to some gorgeous gardens but you'll also find some good food and unique shopping experiences.

Authentic Chinese Food and a Great Atmosphere at Epcot’s Nine Dragons

Epcot's China pavilion is one of the most gorgeous areas in World Showcase and it's one location where we always like to spend a some extra time. Some days we like to order pot stickers and a peach oolong tea from the Lotus Blossom Cafe and people watch. And sometimes we're looking for a bigger meal and we'll stop at Nine Dragons, the table service spot.

Top 10 Spots to Take a Break When Touring Epcot

There's no denying that touring Epcot can be a losing battle for even the most seasoned Walt Disney World traveler. It's a huge theme park and even if you arrive with the most amazing touring plan in the World, you are still destined to get tired at some point during the day.

Enjoy a Shaded Spot to Sit and Chinese Food Standards at the Lotus Blossom Café

When touring World Showcase there are so many delicious spots to stop and grab a quick bite to eat and some locations even boast a great spot to sit and relax.

The Lotus Blossom Cafe in the China pavilion has a menu that features basic Chinese food and it also offers guests a lovely spot to sit and enjoy the beauty of the China pavilion.

Don’t Let a Rainy Day at Epcot Get You Down

If there's one Walt Disney World theme park where getting caught in the rain isn't such a bad thing, it would be Epcot. Of course, a rainy day at Disney World beats a rainy day anywhere else and you shouldn't let a little rain dampen your day at any of the theme parks.

How to Meet Your Favorite Princesses at the Walt Disney World Theme Parks

If you're the parent of any Disney princess obsessed youngster you've likely stood in line more than once to meet The Princesses.

The Disney royalty meet-and-greet has quickly become a tradition during visits to the four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. In fact, some people have been spending hours in line just to meet a certain Frozen duo. More on that later.

Shopping at the House of Good Fortune in Epcot’s China Pavilion

Epcot's China Pavilion is one of the more beautiful locations around World Showcase, and it's also a hidden gem when it comes to great shopping.

When visiting the pavilion, we always stop and take time to explore the garden. The lotus pond in front of the temple is stocked with floating water lilies and other plants and fruit trees, and also features a small waterfall. The area was designed to create a mood of serenity and if you stand there long enough you might feel a sense of calm wash over you.