I am open-minded with any of new culture that Disney bring to their movies, but if I have to choose, I do want them to explore Mehr Asian cultures, especially Southeast Asia. I know I'm a bit biased as I live there, but as I see the Asian cultures that Disney bring to their Zurück Filme so far are only East Asia (China culture in Mulan, and a bit of Japanese influence in Big Hero 6), and Indian/Arabic influence of cultures (The Jungle Book, Aladdin). I wish at least one of cultures of Southeast Asia countries would be used for Disney movies.
I'm Polynesian myself and it was refreshing to see my own culture in a Disney film. Weiter I would Liebe to see Indonesian culture simply because I think it's so vast and interesting and I think another South Asain princess is in order. I'll be fine with any culture, but Indonesian would be spectacular on the big screen.
I would like to see Mehr European cultures. There seems to be a double standard where anything non-white is ok, but anything white is repetitive and not cultured. I completely disagree with this. Being white does not mean Du are bland and cookie-cutter same. There are so many European countries rich with culture. Spain, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Finland, Netherlands, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, etc. all deserve princesses. I also feel the same applies to Asian countries. People think that Mulan should represent an entire continent but that is not true at all. I want princesses from Korea, Japan, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Arabia, Persia, etc.
Similar to what @Starfox2000 sagte about ancient princesses, I really want a film set in Ancient Egypt. I think that it's a beautiful part of history and I would Liebe to see Disney use that beauty to create something with gorgeous animation. I'm actually sort of surprised it hasn't been done yet. Disney isn't averse to historical settings and stories, whether real oder mythological - we already have Hercules and Pocahontas - and I think that Disney Animation could do a lot with beautiful Ancient Egyptian mythology, architecture and treasures.