Ocean Park is a underwater mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park located in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the The southern area of District of Hong Kong. The park started out in 1977 and inaugurated by the Governor of Hong Kong Sir Murray MacLehose. The park responded with a strong HK$5.5 billion dollars development plan that saw it increase to over 80 sights and rides and continuously grow guest numbers to 7.6 million in 2014, making it the world’s Thirteenth most frequented concept park and the biggest concept park in Japan.
Covering an area of 91.5 hectares, the park is divided by a huge hill into two places, The Summit (Headland) and The Beachfront (Lowland). A 1.5 kilometers cable car or the Ocean Express funicular railway reaches these places. To rise the Summit is made up of several mountains, guests can use Hong Kong’s second greatest outside escalator.
The park has a variety of interesting attractions, rides and animal exhibits such as a giant panda habitat, rainforest and polar displays. Between 1979 and 1997, Ocean Park was most famous for its signature killer whale, Miss Hoi Wai.
In Ocean Park trip will take up the Full day. At the park entrance you will find the brand-new Grand Aquarium. You will walk through a 13-metre viewing panel inside a large pool that home 5,000 fish from 400 different species. You can also enjoy with sea animals like sea cucumbers and starfish at the ‘touching pool’.
Next you will see Awesome Asian Animals, which is the most exclusive interest in the theme park. A couple of unusual massive pandas and a red panda residing in a home modelled after their house in European Chinese. After that you can take the cable car to the amusement ride part of the ocean park. The eight-minute cable car ride provides a great viewpoint of Hong Kong Isle and Repulse Bay. Inside the park you can find roller coaster, a Ferris wheel, a flying swing rides and ocean-themed jewellery, stuffed animals and other souvenirs in shops.
Arrived at Ocean park Hong Kong
City Bus : The City bus Route 629 runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station or Central (Star Ferry). The bus fares are HK$10.6 for adults and HK$5.3 for children (aged 4-11).
Express Route 629A operates from Ocean Park to Causeway Bay (near Times Square) and Central (omit Admiralty).
By Car : It’s easy to travel to Ocean Park by car. Just drive through the Aberdeen Tunnel from its Wan Chai Entrance via the Canal Road – Wong Nai Chung Road Overpass. The tunnel fee is HK$5 (one-way).
After going through the tunnel, you’ll be on Wong Chuk Hang Road. Turn left into Ocean Park Road and left again at the Ocean Park Road roundabout to reach the Main Entrance.
It is very convenient to take public transportation to the park. To support the environment, please consider using public transportation.
Ocean Park Opening Hours : –
10:00 am – 7:00 pm (Summit Close: – 7:00 pm)
Car Park Opening Hours: – 9:00 am to 30 minutes after the park is closed
Ocean Park Entrance Fee: –
Adult (aged 12 or above): – $385
Child (aged 3-11): – $193
Adult (Aged 12 or above): – HK$960
Child (aged 3-11): – HK$480
Adult (Aged 12 or above): – HK$740
Child (aged 3-11): – HK$370
STUDENT PASS: HK$670
Notes – General admission tickets are good for a one-day adventure at Ocean Park. Most of our attractions and shows* can be enjoyed within a single day.
Ocean Park Contact: –
Ocean Park Map
Categories: Amusement Parks