Parade The daytime parade is run twice each day, and it's okay. I'd put it about on par with what HKDL opened with. I'm glad I saw it, but I don't think I'd make it a point to see it again. Nighttime Spectacular Many people would call this "the fireworks", but it's really more than that. Not only is there projection on the enormous castle, there's also lasers, and a water component as well (you can't really see this part very well unless you're right in front of the castle). Because of all of the other elements, the fireworks part is a little light. So, it's not really a fireworks show with projections added, but more of a multimedia show, with fireworks being one of several media. Part of it may be due to cost, and part may be due to environmental considerations - I don't know. But it worked out really well. There was a Star Wars sequence, which kind of stood out to me, being in the middle of traditional Disney stuff. Most of the songs were sung in Mandarin, with the notable exception of "Let it Go" which was in the original English version. It's not clear to me why this was done - they clearly have a Mandarin version of the song, as it's used in the Frozen sing-along. Who knows. After the show finishes (it runs maybe 25 minutes), everyone starts moving about. Then, after a couple of minutes, there's some kind of post-show, including more music and projections, and everyone kind of freezes up again, making it difficult to maneuver through and around the hub. The interesting thing is, there's a mass exodus from the park at the end of the show, even though the park is open for another hour. This gives a great opportunity to ride many of the popular attractions which had long lines all day long. I know that lots of people leave after the fireworks at the other parks, but it happened to a much greater degree here.