As far as celebrations are concerned, does it really matter that the exact same route isn't being taken to reach the same objective? Thinking rationally, a specific occurrence is a result of a plethora of factors, beyond the handful that are visible to the naked eye. Matter is constantless, so embrace the change and all that accompanies it.
Cars would file into the area, tickets would be checked, and visitors would be directed to four different queues. There, one would reside for nearly twenty minutes before being directed to a winding, single-file line to enter the premises. Our timed ticket had been specified for the period of 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM, thus we joined the lineup at 5:45 PM, precisely making the fifteen-minute buffer suggested in the FAQ. It was later discovered that the time stamp barely mattered. "Everyone is just coming in and lining up." we were told by one of the staff members.
Rounding the corner, we caught sight of the first attraction: a spectacular tunnel with illuminated with bold light strands along its inner perimeter. With each step of the way, the lights would flash - sometimes white, sometimes blue - yielding a different perspective.
Much to our dismay, there were no displays to be witnessed while descending the various parking levels. The conclusion of POLAR appeared abrupt, without much of an ending at all.