Hong Kong Disneyland is the only park without a Big Thunder Mountain Railroad or a Haunted Mansion.
Though it will be getting Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars and Mystic Manor in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
Pooh’s Hunny Hunt is a unique ride in Tokyo Disneyland’s Fantasyland. It is one of only two attractions in the world to feature a “Trackless” ride system, the other being Aquatopia at the neighboring Tokyo DisneySea. This patented system uses a custom LPS (Local Positioning System) to move the Honey Pots from room to room across the show floor. Since the vehicles are not restricted to a track, they appear to glide magically and are able to do things like interact with other vehicles and “dance” to the music. And as their path is determined by a computer a fraction of a second before the Honey Pots move, each ride offers a completely new experience for the guests.
Though it opened in 2000, Hunny Hunt still sees some of the longest lines in the entire Tokyo Resort, and it’s largely due in part to this LPS technology. Though a Beauty and the Beast ride using this new technology was developed by Disney Imagineers, it has yet to see the light of day. Mystic Manor, Hong Kong Disneyland’s incarnation of The Haunted Mansion set to open in 2013 is expected to use this technology. An unannounced Ratatouille Ride also set to open in 2013 in Disneyland Paris’ Walt Disney Studios Park is also speculated to utilize this Trackless system, although it is unknown if this plan will come to fruition.