|Theme||Aladdin, and the Arabian Nights|
|Opening date||September 4, 2001|
It recreates an exotic Arabian harbor combined with an "enchanted world from 1001 Arabian Nights." A large eatery serving Middle-Eastern, Indian, and Japanese style curry, is at the center. There are three attractions in the land: Sindbad's Storybook Voyage, an indoor boat ride whose art direction seems to be (at first glance) a variation on "it's a small world" (complete with its own theme song, composed by Alan Menken), but actually (because of newly developed audio animatronics which, despite their miniature scale, have a full range of movement just like Pirates of the Caribbean's life-size figures) ends up even surpassing the technical accomplishment of the classic Pirates of the Caribbean; Caravan Carousel, a double-decker carousel that can hold over 190 passengers; and the Magic Lamp Theater, which houses a combined live-action/animatronic based magic show with a 3D movie featuring the Genie.
- Jasmine's Flying Carpets
- The Magic Lamp Theater
- Caravan Carousel
- Sinbad's Storybook Voyage
- Springtime Surprise (2012-present; Mickey & Duffy's Spring Voyage)
- Casbah Food Court
- Flying Carpet Curry
- Royal Tandor
- Noodle Charmer
- Sultan's Oasis
- Open Sesame
- Agrabah Marketplace
- Abu's Bazaar
- Arabian Coast is the third Agrabah-themed land in a Disney park, the first being Adventureland Bazaar in Disneyland Paris, and the second a recreation of the city in the Adventureland of Magic Kingdom where The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is located.
- Originally, the ride Sinbad's Seven Voyages recreated many Sinbad's adventures from the tale. Since it's refurbishment in 2007, it features a whole new adventure, especially designed for children.
| Mediterranean Harbor: Fortress Explorations |DisneySea Transit Steamer Line | Venetian Gondolas | The Legend of Mythica | Fantasmic!
Resorts: Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta