HOLIDAYS: WHAT'S WHERE.
There are four theme parks and a grown-up entertainment zone in Disney World.
1. MAGIC KINGDOM PARK: This is the fairytale park with Disney characters, classic rides such as Pirates of the Caribbean This article is about the franchise. For other, more specific uses, see Pirates of the Caribbean (disambiguation). For real pirates, see Piracy in the Caribbean.
Pirates of the Caribbean and stunning fireworks.
Don't miss: Tinkerbell's flight from the top tower of Cinderella Castle, which is the daily highlight.
2. EPCOT: The everchanging international and discovery showplace is divided into Future World and World Showcase.
Don't miss: The amazing flight simulator Soarin', the night-time firework spectacular Illuminations: Reflections of Earth and dinner in the magnificent Teppanyaki Restaurant in the Japanese pavilion.
3. DISNEY-MGM STUDIOS: A working film, TV and radio studio which immerses guests in the glamour and excitement of showbiz.
Don't miss: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror The Tower of Terror may refer to:
Amusement park rides
4. DISNEY'S ANIMAL KINGDOM
It is the largest Disney theme park in the world, covering more than 500 acres (2 km²). : Made of jungles, forests and a vast savannah, it's divided into five lands featuring wild animals from across the globe.
Don't miss: Expedition Everest, a sunset safari at Disney's Kilimanjaro Safari and a ride on the Kali river rapids Kali River Rapids is an attraction at the Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The ride is a river rafting ride through the themed rain forests of India. .
5. DOWNTOWN DISNEY PLEASURE ISLAND: This is an entertainment district in the heart of the resort which opens until 2am.
Don't miss: The Raglan Road Irish Pub and 80s dancebeats at Club 8-Trax.