After focusing almost solely on the new King Kong themed area for the past few months, we can finally say that a few more projects are currently taking place inside Islands of Adventure. As you will see in this latest photo-report, work has begun in the former site of the Triceratops Discovery Trail. At the same time, The Eighth Voyage of Sindbad stunt show recently closed to be completely refurbished and updated. We will discuss about the details in the update.

Welcome to the second part of this new Islands of Adventure photo-report. Be sure to check out PART 1 of this update if you have not already done so.
Previously, we took a look around the entrance of the park, the Port of Entry, Seuss Landing, and the majority of The Lost Continent. Let's continue to explore the rest of the park, because there is a lot that we still need to check out. Enjoy the rest of the photos and be sure to share your comments and opinions.

Starting from today, updated Animal Kingdom park maps were made available to Guests visiting the park. As always, the overall look of the map has been left completely unchanged, even though we spotted some minor differences when examining the pathways and the depiction of certain areas of the park.
As you'll see, the new walkway connecting the entrance of Kali River Rapids to the Expedition Everest area has been added. But that's just one of the changes.

If you are planning on visiting the Walt Disney World Resort in the next few weeks, be sure to note that Backstage Lane will be under construction from April 27-May 8 (note that, despite having the word "backstage" in its name, this road is open to all Guests heading to Downtown Disney and the surrounding resort area). During that time, all traffic on Backstage Lane will be in a "split lane" configuration, causing possible delays to Guests and Cast Members.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex guests can experience the stunning sights and powerful sounds of the April 27 launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, scheduled for 6:14 p.m., with three exclusive launch viewing locations from which to choose (this launch was previously scheduled for April 24, 2015).
The rocket will lift off from Space Launch Complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying the TurkmenAlem52E/MonacoSat.

The gorgeous Chinese Theater continues to receive a lot of attention at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Indeed, the roof of the theater was recently refurbished and repainted (as you will see in the following photos), bringing back some details that were lost in the past due to less-than-stellar upkeep. Additionally, work also continues in the hub of the park, near Pixar Place, next to Disney Junior: Live on Stage!, and in a few other areas. Let's take a look around together: