Shanghai Disneyland, Disney's first theme park in mainland China, is big by every measure. In fact, it's the entertainment company's largest overseas outpost.
Disney's expectations of the park and accompanying resort's popularity are equally grand, with CEO Bob Iger telling reporters that the company has already started expanding facilities within the seven-square-kilometer (2.7 square mile) property.
Here's a few of the monster numbers that brought the "happiest place on earth" to the world's second-largest economy.
100,000: Workers estimated to have worked on the park's construction, with thousands more working on the accompanying resort infrastructure
11,000: Workers on site during the peak building period
5: Years between breaking ground and the park's June 16 opening to the public
5.5: Billions of dollars it cost to build the park
10,000: Employees working on opening day
2.4: Millions of shrubs and plants needed to create the garden features, along with 12,000 trees