It's been currently and unofficially referred to as its name for Hong Kong, but it will be open in 2021. This will be the fourth attraction to be opened as part of the park’s multi-year expansion from 2018 to 2023.
On November 22, 2016, the Walt Disney Company and the Hong Kong Government announced plans for a multi-year, HK$10.9 billion expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. The proposed expansion includes Frozen Land, Marvel Land, a redesigned Sleeping Beauty Castle, multiple new attractions, and live entertainment.
On April 29, 2015, Oriental Land Company revealed the theme for the eighth port in development at Tokyo DisneySea will be Scandinavia with a portion of the area themed to Frozen, and was scheduled to open in 2020. However,
the port has been put on hold indefinitely in favor of Soarin' expansion at Tokyo DisneySea; the New Fantasyland at Tokyo Disneyland project has also shifted.
It will feature new attractions, shops and restaurants. While they also promise "multiple major attractions" to be part of this new port, they also say that the overall size and scale of the port will be about the same size as the Arabian Coast.
Walt Disney Studios Park
On February 27, 2018, Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company Robert A. Iger announced plans for a 2 billion euro, multi-year expansion for Disneyland Paris alongside French President Emmanuel Macron at the Palais de l’Elysée in Paris. The new development will include a transformation of the Walt Disney Studios Park, adding three new areas are Marvel Land, Frozen Land and Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, along with multiple new attractions and live entertainment experiences.