Itself the attraction has an exquisite touch of union, peace and culture.
It is those sophisticated minds who enjoy each and every doll you see while sailing in the pageant. It has been based upon the idea of world union, peace, and friendship. For we're all connected; Walt Disney wanted to highlight that. That's why water from major oceans, chants from all over the face, and building icons are the decór of this cultural attraction.
Lately, many wars have sparked, and the newest edition of pin trading in Walt Disney World include a starter set, and even the icon buildings from the ride. (Including a "2015" pin of Cinderella outside an It's A Small World castle)
It isn't as bad as reviewers insist. It has a great view of the Pinocchio Village Haus Restaurant, friendly cast members, good space to sit, and is an enjoyable ride for rainy days. The only thing I might complain from is the façade and exterior compared to the Disneylands of the continents, the one in the Magic Kingdom from Walt Disney World is a Neuschwanstein style with the great white wall under ceiling.
Regardless, it still gives the sense harmony on the earth, where we're all united, for It's A Small World where we live