Ocean Park, Hong Kong

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Aberdeen, Hongkong Island 852-39232323
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    Ocean Park Hong Kong

    by aussirose Written Dec 9, 2015

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    We had 15yro Jesse with us this trip so had to cater for everyone. We chose Ocean Park Theme Park above Disneyland in Hong Kong as we planned to do Disney when visiting Orlando and I had seen photos of the phenomenal rollercoaster in Ocean Park that hangs out over the bay. (Check out photos of the Hair Raiser on google images and video on youtube).

    We booked and paid entry at our hotel and they provided the easiest plan of how to get there (train and then bus). Be prepared for lines though. And the longest line was about 90 minutes to get on the hair raiser.... but well worth it!

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park (Various Rides)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

    a choice of different rides in Ocean Park. This 91.5 hectare (91,500 square meters) park has over 80 rides and attractions spread from the various themed areas of the park (Marine World, Thrill Mountain, Adventure Land, Polar Adventure, The Rainforest, Aqua City, Whiskers Harbour and Amazing Animal City) ranging from the Shark Mystique, Cable Car, Ocean Express Funicular Railway, Artic Blast, The Flash, Expedition Trail, Whirly Bird, The Rapid, Grand Aquarium to name a few and also 4 roller coasters, animal exhibits with different themes, giant panda habitat, jelly fish and Chinese sturgeon aquarium, as well as a world-class aquarium featuring the world's largest aquarium dome which displays more than 5,000 fish. Touring the Park needs at least two days!

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    coaster tower ferris wheel more rides cable car
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    Ocean Park (other views)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

    assorted views of ocean park area

    Before Hongkong Disneyland, there was Ocean Park, again OCEAN PARK!!!! this was th first amusement park in hongkong (Built in 1977) and southeast asia that is why many South East Asians go to hongkong not only to shop but to GO TO OCEAN PARK!!! My first Travel to Hong Kong in 1983 and I was introduced to this park and I have made several visits since then (and savor the elevated cable car ride to the top and the attractions like the roller coaster, atoll reef, middle kingdom, lazy river, etc.) since I was a kid, i always go here and at present, the park attracts more visitors than the Small Hongkong Disney! (It is number One Amusement Park in Asia in terms of visitors and it is ranked 12th in the Number of visitors in amusement parks of the world, Hongkong Disney is only at 14th!). Ocean Park has an area of 91.5 hectares (226 acres), the park is separated by a large mountain into two areas, The Summit (Headland) and The Waterfront (Lowland) and is connected to each other via the A) 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) cable car system
    B) the Ocean Express funicular railway C) the multi level Escalators (Hong Kong's second longest outdoor escalator after the Midlevel Escalators.

    the Park is open everyday of the year from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm during weekdays and 9:00 am to 10:00 pm during weekends

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Atoll Reef (2)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

    at the Underwater area of Atoll Reef with more pictures

    into the atoll reef, a collection of reef sharks and fishes.

    Atoll Reef is one of the Standouts in the Marine World Area of Ocean Park as it mimics the Indo-Pacific marine ecosystem (the coral triangle comprising areas of Philipines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia) and the various coral reefs in them as it is made like a coral island (atoll) the Atoll Reef spans four floors of aquariums and is home to around 2,000 fishes close to 250 species, including various species of reef sharks.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    reef fishes more to underground mermaid nice
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    Atoll Reef (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    into the atoll reef, a collection of reef sharks and fishes.

    Atoll Reef is one of the Standouts in the Marine World Area of Ocean Park as it mimics the Indo-Pacific marine ecosystem (the coral triangle comprising areas of Philipines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia) and the various coral reefs in them as it is made like a coral island (atoll) the Atoll Reef spans four floors of aquariums and is home to around 2,000 fishes close to 250 species, including various species of reef sharks.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park (Pacific Pier)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    The Pacific Pier is one of the popular attractions in the Marine World Area of Ocean Park and the area where sea lions are located (rather thin). The Pacific Pier is a recreation of the famous rocky habitats of the Pacific Sea Lions and Seals that are found on the Northern Californian coast (like what you see in Ocean Beach in San Francisco or at Pacifica and Monterey Coast). Allows visitors to walk under the pier to view these marine mammals in the water, complete with simulated waves. They have about 20 resident seals and sea lions and there are feeding times where you can feed them for a fee.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park Souvenir Shops

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    Being a really popular amusement park and the largest theme park (in volume of visitors) in Asia, one can buy lots of ocean park stuffs and souvenir items all around the park and the various Themed Areas of the Park as there are lots of souvenir stalls that offer various souvenir items (on ocean park in general and on the specific themed areas like marine world, thrill mountain, whiskers harbour, etc) ranging from assorted stuffed toys, drinking glasses, lunch boxes, post cards, fridge magnets, caps, umbrellas, t-shirts, rain gear and tons of other items. the prices are fixed though.

    the souvenir stalls around ocean park are open from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm on weekdays and up to 10:00 pm during weekends and public holidays.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park (Map and other views)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

    You would hardly get loss while strolling around the huge ocean park area as you can get a free pull up map of Ocean Park and it's various Themed Areas and attractions at the entrance area and it is available in multiple languages as well. There are also various huge billboards showing the map of ocean park and the area where you are in and it is written in both English and Chinese and you can also download the ocean park map via your smart phone at their website you again, you would not get lost around the park. You can also take pictures of the wonderful and sweeping views of the park from the Headlands at the top, so start shooting and posting selfies.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park (Views from Cable Car)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    sprawling views from around hong kong island from the Ocean Park cable car (you need a powerful optical zoom camera to take pictures of the sceneries far way from you in the cable car.

    going to the top from the bottom area of ocean park and vice versa, The Cable Car station is located at the middle of the Waterfront Areaat the ground level and at the summit of the Headlands Area. The cable car is about 1.5 kilometers long (roughly 1 mile) and only 3 to 4 people can ride in each cable car as it is small and the ride can be rough and there is a lot of shaking involved and if you suffer from vertigo, just take the Ocean Funicular Railway or the Escalators in going to and from the two areas (but prepare to do long walks as these areas are far from the cable car stations) but the views of Repulse Bay and the Ocean and the sheer mountain cliffs beside the cable car is simply breath taking! The ride takes about 8 1/2 minutes each way (see my videos too). It has a capacity of 4,000 passengers per hour with 252 cable cars on two pairs of ropeways

    Opens: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm weekdays and up to 10:00 pm during weekends and holiday

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Phone: (852) 3923 2323

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    Ocean Park (Riding the Cable Car)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    going to the top from the bottom area of ocean park and vice versa, The Cable Car station is located at the middle of the Waterfront Areaat the ground level and at the summit of the Headlands Area. The cable car is about 1.5 kilometers long (roughly 1 mile) and only 3 to 4 people can ride in each cable car as it is small and the ride can be rough and there is a lot of shaking involved and if you suffer from vertigo, just take the Ocean Funicular Railway or the Escalators in going to and from the two areas (but prepare to do long walks as these areas are far from the cable car stations) but the views of Repulse Bay and the Ocean and the sheer mountain cliffs beside the cable car is simply breath taking! The ride takes about 8 1/2 minutes each way (see my videos too). It has a capacity of 4,000 passengers per hour with 252 cable cars on two pairs of ropeways

    Opens: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm weekdays and up to 10:00 pm during weekends and holiday

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Phone: (852) 3923 2323

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    the Escalator from Headland to Waterfront

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    the Second longest Escalator in the World (the longest escalator in the world lies a few kilometers north of Ocean park, at the Midlevels Escalators on the North Side of Hong Kong Island that is 800 meters long) that connect the top of ocean park (headlands) to the former Middle Kingdom area (Now Called the Waterfront) below and is ine of the three ways that connects both areas (the other access is via the Ocean Front Funicular and the 1 mile long Cable Car across the mountainsides). The All weather escalator (with a fiberglass roof) stretches over 225 meters, from the Marine World down to the Adventure Land.

    Opens: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm weekdays and up to 10:00 pm during weekends and holiday

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Phone: (852) 3923 2323

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    to escalator going down huh view of aberdeen
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    Ocean Park Overview

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    the entrance to Ocean Park, hong kong's oldest amusement park and more popular than hong kong disney!

    Before Hongkong Disneyland, there was Ocean Park, again OCEAN PARK!!!! this was th first amusement park in hongkong (Built in 1977) and southeast asia that is why many South East Asians go to hongkong not only to shop but to GO TO OCEAN PARK!!! My first Travel to Hong Kong in 1983 and I was introduced to this park and I have made several visits since then (and savor the elevated cable car ride to the top and the attractions like the roller coaster, atoll reef, middle kingdom, lazy river, etc.) since I was a kid, i always go here and at present, the park attracts more visitors than the Small Hongkong Disney! (It is number One Amusement Park in Asia in terms of visitors and it is ranked 12th in the Number of visitors in amusement parks of the world, Hongkong Disney is only at 14th!). Ocean Park has an area of 91.5 hectares (226 acres), the park is separated by a large mountain into two areas, The Summit (Headland) and The Waterfront (Lowland) and is connected to each other via the A) 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) cable car system
    B) the Ocean Express funicular railway C) the multi level Escalators (Hong Kong's second longest outdoor escalator after the Midlevel Escalators.

    the Park is open everyday of the year from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm during weekdays and 9:00 am to 10:00 pm during weekends

    Admission is $ 320 HKD Adult and $160 HKD Child (3-11) for a day pass to all rides and attractions. General Admission tickets are available at the Ocean Park Main Entrance, all 7-Eleven stores in Hong Kong, the Citybus Bus Route 629 Terminal (Mon to Fri before 3:00pm; Sat, Sun and Public Holiday before 4:00pm) near Admiralty MTR (exit B) and Ocean Park Online Ticketing System.

    Going to Ocean Park can either be on a Package Tour with Tour Bus or via The Citybus Route 629 that runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station or Central (Star Ferry). The bus fares are $10.6 for adults and $5.3 for children (aged 4-11) or New Express Route 629A operating from Ocean Park to Causeway Bay (near Times Square) or getting a taxi ride from your hotel to Ocean Park.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Directions: Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, SAR

    Phone: (852) 2552 0291

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

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    FUN PLACE!

    by HebaM Updated Sep 13, 2013

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    If I had to choose between Disneyland & Ocean Park...I'd go for Ocean Park! it's more value for the money and has something for everyone not just kids.

    Ocean Park is mainly divided into two main attraction areas: the Waterfront and the Summit, which can be further divided into eight different attraction zones: Amazing Asian Animals, Aqua City, Whiskers Harbour, Marine World, Polar Adventure, Adventure Land, Thrill Mountain and the Rainforest. All these zones offer a wide array of exciting rides and animal exhibits.

    It was my first time to see the Panda, the penguin and other exotic animals which is nice, the cable car ride was so cool and the view was breathtaking.

    The only thing I didn't like is waiting for almost an hour for every ride but it's my fault for going on Saturday! so try to avoid going during weekends

    How to get there by public transportation:
    The Citybus Route 629 runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station or Central (Star Ferry). The bus fares are $10.6 for adults and $5.3 for children (aged 4-11).

    Address: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong

    Phone: +852 3923 2323

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    The view from the cable car Entrance
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    A Day to Play...

    by Donna_in_India Updated Aug 30, 2013

    I'm a fan of amusement parks and enjoyed the usual shows and rides at Ocean Park. Ocean Park is built on two sides of a mountain. The Cable Car, which was my favorite ride, takes you from the waterfront to the summit. From the cable car you have an amazing view of the blue China Sea as well as most of Ocean Park. Ocean Park has a fair amount of thrill rides including the Abyss which drops you 200 feet straight down. There are also kiddie rides for those who like something more tame.

    Check the website for ticket prices (online tickets available), operating times, public transportation options as well as ride and show information.

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Phone: (852) 3923 2323

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    Rides and South China Sea View of South China Sea from Cable Car Airborne Dolphins at Show
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    by NottingHill Updated Feb 26, 2013

    Ocean Park experience is one of the best for me , you can choose different kind of rides from Cable cart to River Wild to Flash to Roller Coaster .Also, if you have kids along with you there are part of the park which is good for kids such as Dolphin shows,sea lion...Aquariums...Panda"s and more. The park is divided into two part in order for you to cross other island you need to ride the Cable Car.The first part was the OLD park where most of extreme rides located , Food stand , Carnival Gallery, and recently they opened their new theme park. The second part was the new park where you will see the Hot Air Balloon , Panda's , Merchandise outlets for souvenirs and more...

    Address: Aberdeen, Hongkong Island

    Website: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk

    At the entrance At the gate waiting for the opening time At the Drop off with my kids inside the cable car
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