Sorry, another Disney post. However, I'm very interested in people's responses! Here's my list: 1. Tokyo Disneysea: It's just what I consider the best theme park in the world. Nothing out there looks like it could possibly match it (even Phantasialand) for me. It's on an entirely different level from anything else on this list. 2. Disneyland: It has all the amazing history, a fantastic ride collection, and a nice intimacy to it. It's just such a pleasant park to be in. 3. Animal Kingdom: I know it's not most people's favorite, but I just love the insane amount of detail presented here. There's a sense of adventure to this park that most other parks just don't have. Plus, Avatar Land is arguably the best land ever built, so that really elevates it for me as well. And Flight of Passage is unreal. 4. Disneyland Paris (not visited): With the recent refurbishments, Disneyland Paris seems to be looking great again. It looks like such a detailed park with so many little areas to explore. Sadly, the ride selection looks pretty poor. 5. Hong Kong Disneyland (not visited): This looks like such a charming and intimate little park. It seems like a park I could explore for an hour and feel comfortable in. It never seems to have large crowds which would also really enhance the experience. 6. Magic Kingdom: Magic Kingdom has far too many people. It's getting truly hard to walk through the park with the sidewalk constantly busy. However, it has an undeniable charm and nostalgia for me. It was the park I grew up with and remains to be my home park in many ways. 7. Tokyo Disneyland: Tokyo Disneyland has one of the best ride collections of any theme park. Fantastic versions of Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion, Pirates, Peter Pan, and Jungle Cruise as well as two amazing unique rides with Pooh and Monsters Inc. However, it lacks any real intimacy. The fantastic theming elevates the park a lot, but it's not an extremely warm place. Something a bit cold about it. Just needs some charm. 8. Epcot: This is a park that's been dying for years now. It's on constant life support with festivals pretty consistent. However, its ride collection is extremely poor overall. It just features so many bad dark rides (did not used to be this way). More than anything, I'm just sad I'll never get to see EPCOT Center; it looked like one of the best Disney parks ever. 9. Shanghai Disneyland (not visited): Looks a bit sterile overall. I don't like very wide pathways in Disney parks, and this seems to have a lot of those. However, Pirates and TRON both look great, and I hope to visit at some point. 10. Disney California Adventure: It's good but not great I'd say. It has the amazing Cars Land and some solid areas like Golden State, but it's just lacking overall. 11. Disney Hollywood Studios: It's barely even a park right now. It has a great ride collection, but it is overall a poor park currently. After Star Wars Land, I image this will be much higher. 12. Walt Disney Studios (not visited): Heard horrible things, but Ratatouille looks nice. Everything else though, looks quite bad.