Ocean Park Hong Kong – Ideal place for a family trip

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Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park featuring animals, thrill rides and shows opened in 1977. With an area of more than 915,000 square metres, the park is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. The two major attractions areas, the Waterfront and the Summit, are connected by the Cable Car and Ocean Express funicular train.

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In celebration of its 40th anniversary this year, the park is offering classic Hong Kong street food from the 70s with a modern twist, available throughout the year. Come indulge in contemporary fusion cuisine with the ‘Rediscovering Classics’ 40th Anniversary Set Menu as well as scrumptious a la carte items at selected park restaurants.

And here are some of the major attractions:

Adventures in Australia

Adventures in Australia brings you on a quest to meet vibrant and captivating Australian animals in Hong Kong! Watch the furry koalas perched on branches and red-necked wallabies springing about, and don’t miss the sweet serenade of the laughing kookaburras! Discover the rich history of Australia while discovering how you too can adopt a Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS).

Shark Mystique

A journey deep underwater to meet over a hundred sharks and rays that shatters the myths surrounding them, including the sawfish with a saw-like rostrum, and the zebra shark with leopard-like spots! Discover their beauty from 360 degrees at this exciting exhibit.

South Pole Spectacular via Wikimedia Commons

Polar Adventure — Explore the North and South poles in one day

Polar Adventure lets you explore the North and South poles, from the exhilaration of a bobsled ride to the wonders of meeting king penguins up close. You’ll also see long-tusked Pacific walruses, spotted seals, arctic foxes, snowy owls and other extraordinary animals. And when you need a break, Tuxedos Restaurant serves refreshments with a view of more than 70 penguins frolicking on the ice.

Old Hong Kong — Relive fond memories of times gone by!

Old Hong Kong brings the unique culture of Hong Kong in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s back to life. Savour the sights and sounds of yesteryear aboard the Heritage Tram! Be mesmerised by the colour and buzz of life in accurate recreations of old streets and scenes. Take a trip into nostalgia and take home some antique souvenirs to keep the memories alive!

Thrill Mountain

In this zone, guests can dangle off a cliff on the floorless roller coaster, Hair Raiser, or hang upside down while swinging on The Flash. Soar with The Aviator to feel the sensation of flight, before knocking around on bumper cars. Don’t leave without a ride on Rev Rooster, a high-speed and energetic classic.

Rainforest via Waren Jean Go

Rainforest

Hop aboard a raft and become immersed in the exotic sounds of a tropical rainforest. On this journey, you’ll encounter some of the most fascinating animals in the world! Catch the antics of the world’s smallest monkey, the pygmy marmoset; or see weirdly wonderful critters, including the capybara, the world’s largest rodent, and kinkajou, as well as the green aracari, the world’s smallest toucan.

Aqua City

In this world-class marine-themed area, you can watch Symbio, a multi-sensory show featuring the world’s first 360-degree water screen, embark on a journey of exploration into the Grand Aquarium, or view marine life from the world’s largest aquarium dome or through a giant viewing panel eight by 13 metres large. Make sure you drop by Neptune’s Restaurant for Hong Kong’s first aquarium dining experience!

Amazing Asian Animals

At the Amazing Asian Animals exhibit you can visit some of Asia’s rarest animals. Take an interactive journey of discovery at the Giant Panda Adventure where you’ll get to know some of Asia’s most precious native animals, including giant pandas, red pandas, Chinese giant salamanders and Chinese alligators. Admire the spectacular display of goldfish at the Goldfish Treasures exhibit, or visit the colourful birds and playful Asian small-clawed otters at Panda Village.

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