Ocean Park, Hong Kong
Ocean Park - A Quick Overview[Contribute/Review]
Address: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Hong Kong
Ticket Price: 103 HKD
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Ocean Park, Hong Kong
Ocean Park is the big daddy of marine themed park. Ranked among the 50 most visited destinations in the world by Forbes, it plays host to almost seven million visitors annually – which indicates that it’s got a lot more to show besides giant pandas. A mountain separates the park into two large areas: The Headland Summit and the Lowland Waterfront.
A marine mammal park, an oceanarium, and an animal theme park make lovely distractions between the four roller coaster rides. You can even catch some really cool nature shows now and then, one of which is a night only show featuring the world’s only 360-degree water screen. For a truly epic experience, catch the park in time for spine tingling Halloween Bash, the showy Christmas sensation, and the energetic Chinese New Year Fiesta.
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Ocean Park Information
- Day time tickets are restricted to day-opening-times and Night tickets have to be purchased separately for special night events.
- Don’t forget to see the animal exhibition and shows.
- Don’t miss out the thrill rides, Rain forest, Aqua city, Polar adventure.
Ocean Park Ticket Prices
- Children HK$ 103, Adults HK$ 208.
- Free entry for children under 3 years.
How To reach Ocean Park by Public Transport
- Admiralty MTR Station
Restaurants Near Ocean Park
- The Peak Lookout : Ice-cream, Dessert and Bistro
- Ozone : Cocktail
- Tim Ho Wan : Dim sum
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Ocean Park, Hong Kong Reviews
With the rail reaching entrance quickly, it is easier to visit the Park. Unfortunately, the attractions are not renewed by year. So not much surprises. Still it is a very nice place to relax and spend a day in a busy city.
Marine-themed Aquarium x Zoo x Amusement park very famous among local residents and visitors, rivalling only with Hong Kong Disneyland in terms of popularity. A wide variety of rides for both thrill and pleasure seekers. Impressive menagerie too, featuring rare and unique fish, birds, mammals, reptiles, and mollusks from around the world. A one-day visit is most likely not enough to enjoy all the rides and exhibits. Go for two days for the full experience.
This place is great with tons to do. And gets better for special seasonal holidays like Halloween and Christmas. The aquarium is breath taking. Everytime I have been they have added and updated large parts of the park. So it always seems fresh, make sure you have a fully charged camera as there are so many things you'll want to capture. Then you get onto the other side of the hill where most the rides are I find it amazing how big this place is. Being from England I went there during the September heat which was astonishing so had to keep going I to the penguin house which was so much cooler (when I went in there it was the same temperature as my house back home and watching people turn around and not want to go in because it was too cold was quite funny) I have never visited Hong Kong and not been to ocean park and it's a habit I don't plan on changing.
Ocean Park is a great way to spend the day riding fun rides and checking out all the different animal exhibits. We bought our tickets online (a third party website) and saved a few bucks making it even more worth it. :) The roller coasters are all a blast and there are some of the most amazing views scattered all around the park. We really enjoyed ourselves and you will too!
This is truly a theme park that has something for everyone. There is just so much to see and do, from the amusing to the heart stopping, to the educational or romantic. Very well-managed too with fine crowd controls. Even when the park is full of tour groups, you don’t feel overwhelmed and attractions are easy to reach and enjoy. In every way, lives up to its claim as Hong Kong’s premier theme park. IMO, a must visit for every tourist to Hong Kong.