Characters appear in pagodas that are spread out through the garden.
Aside from marine animals, visitors will also get to see animals from Asia and other parts of the world like the Giant Panda and penguins. There are also lots of thrill rides and entertainment shows to choose from.
The theme park is divided into two — Waterfront and the Summit. And you can go between the two sides via cable car, train, or an outdoor elevator. The park sits on sqm of land. Check ticket fare and ride duration here.
You can also take the bus but in my opinion, taking the train would be easier and less hassle. To know which buses you need to take, check here. Tickets are valid within at least one month. Sometimes the park closes at 6 PM.
So to help you decide what to include in your Ocean Park itinerary, here are the attractions and entertainment available. Should you wish to stay first in this area, you can start your day by visiting Aqua City.
We definitely had loads of fun watching the octopus, lionfishes, seahorses, sharks, and schools of different fish. It was a very good peek at how diverse and colorful the underwater world is. This is the area where you need to go if you want to take the cable car going up to the Summit.
It was a dream come true for me, as I have always wanted to see the adorable Giant Panda even behind a glass. I was grateful to have seen Jia Jia, a Guinness World record holder for being the oldest living Giant Panda in captivity before she passed away that same year.
Playgrounds are also available. We took the Cable Car going up and were rewarded with views of the park then the lush greenery and the waters until we saw the rides at The Summit.
Up the fun by visiting during their feeding times. A post shared by Darlene pointandshootwanderlust on Apr 17, at 5: Take in the panoramic views of Ocean Park and surrounding Hong Kong islands atop the Ocean Park Tower or be amazed by the often misunderstood sharks at the Shark Mystique exhibit.
You can also spot seals and sea lion from the Pacific Pier, watch thousands of fluorescent jellies at the Sea Jelly Spectacular, or head to the Ocean Theatre for the daily shows.
Raging Rapids is another chance to get wet while on a ride so be ready with your waterproof jacket or change of clothes. The 4 minute and 1. Symbio is a minute multimedia show about two dragons.
This show is very impressive that for me it is more worth it to watch than the light and sound show at Victoria Harbour. You can choose from the different restaurants and food kiosks based on your taste and budget. Restaurants located on the Waterfront: We ate at The Bayview Restaurant for lunch because the discounted tickets that we got during the travel expo also included food vouchers.
We had another voucher for the main course but I forgot it so we used the Afternoon Tea Set voucher instead also applicable at Panda Cafe.
What we got was nothing like the picture on the voucher though. But at least, we got a small Haagen Dazs ice cream.
The restaurant was still packed even though we ate at around 3 PM and had to get a number for queueing to be seated.
Vegetarian and Indian food also available at The Bayview. Before the light and sound show, we also ate at the Aqua City Bakery. HKD38 for one chocolate eclair.
Expect to pay higher prices for bottled water. Halal food available at Club Panda. Best thrill rides For thrill-seekers looking for those rides that will have you white-knuckled and screaming at the top of your lungs, here are the rides you should be heading straight for. The Abyss Summit — Marine World — This turbo drop ride will plunge you 20 stories in just a matter of seconds.
Since all of these thrill rides are at the Summit, better head straight for the cable car or the Ocean Express when you get past the entrance.Nestled at the southern coast of Hong Kong Island, the Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel will be an ideal place to stay for your next visit in this vibrant city.
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