Hong Kong Disneyland said on Tuesday it is considering further expansion after reporting higher visitor numbers, and a lower than expected annual loss, The Wall Street Journal reported. Attendance at the theme park rose 13% to 5.9 million in the fiscal year ending October 1. The proportion of mainland visitors rose to 45% from 42%, while local visitors dropped to 31% from 33%. The park opened in 2006, and is 52% owned by the Hong Kong government, and 47% owned by Walt Disney (DIS.NYSE). The venture has lost money each year it has been open, but the net loss of US$30.5 million this fiscal year is down from US$92.5 the previous year. To boost attendance, Disney reached an agreement with the city to expand the park with new attractions in 2013. “To attract more visitors, we are mulling the next round of expansion (to beyond 2013),” said managing director Andrew Kam.