Stephanie Chan Sze-wan found no time for lunch or dinner as she spent all day waiting and taking shelter from the rain. 'A vast majority of Disneyland is outdoors. I can't keep walking in the rain, even though I have an umbrella, or I will be soaked,' she said. From 10am to 2.30pm, she managed to get on only one ride and watch a Mickey Mouse virtual reality show. 'I tried to book a seat for the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ride at 2pm but the [fast-pass] machine told me to come back by 5.30pm.' Guests who get a ticket for a ride at the fast-pass machine return at the time shown on the ticket and bypass the queue. Ms Chan said the outdoor Tarzan lodges held little appeal because everything was so wet. 'Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the smallest in the world but I would have to come several times before trying everything.' She was also unhappy with the manner of some Disney staff, and when she finally managed to grab a bite to eat, the wonton was not properly cooked. When she did get on a ride, she was still not happy. 'The atmosphere is not as good as the one in Tokyo as it's not dark enough. The stars are not solid but are just light shadows,' said Ms Chan, referring to the space mountain ride. But she did enjoy the live performers and the fireworks show was impressive. Some said they would think twice before going back. 'We waited more than half an hour and still couldn't get a table. We had to eat outside. The whole thing is like paying to suffer,' a Mrs Wong said. Others said they would return. 'I heard there'll be a racecourse in the next phase. I think Disneyland will be better after the extension,' Andy Ho said.