A fully fledged amusement and educational theme park, complete with the celebrated Dragon roller coaster, Abyss Turbo Drop and other stomach-turning rides. It is also something of a marine park, with a Pacific Pier housing seals and sea lions, daily dolphin and killer-whale shows, and various aquariums.
The park is in two sections. The entrance is on the lowland side, where there are gardens and the Giant Panda Habitat which is home to An An and Jia Jia. It is linked to the main section on the headland, where most of the attractions are found, by a scenic cable car. The headlands section affords a beautiful view of the South China Sea and at the rear entrance, a gigantic escalator will bring you down to Tai Shue Wan and Shum Wan Rd. This is the Middle Kingdom, a sort of Chinese Cultural village with temples, pagodas and traditional street scenes. Ocean park has something to interest everyone of any age all of the time.
Visitors can purchase general admission tickets from:
- Ocean park Main and Tai Shue Wan Entrances
- Citybus No. 629 Terminal near Admiralty MTR station (Exit B)
- MTR Customer Services Centre in Admiralty MTR station
- Online ticket at www.oceanpark.com.hk
- 7-Eleven convenience stores throughout Hong Kong
Telephone: 852 2580 9092
Opening Hours: 10am-6pm from Tuesday to Sunday and until 11pm in summer. Closed on Monday.
How to get there: Special Citybus 629 leaves from near the Star Ferry Pier (Central MTR Exit K) in Central and Admiralty MTR Exit B. Or take green minibus 6 from the Star Ferry Piers in Central (Monday to Saturday).
Fee: Adult $185; Children ( 3 -11 years) $93; Free for children under 3 years and senior citizens aged 65 or above
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