This park features a full-fledged amusement park with the popular Dragon Roller Coaster, a Ferris wheel, a marine park with a ... More
This park features a full-fledged amusement park with the popular Dragon Roller Coaster, a Ferris wheel, a marine park with a shark aquarium, and a Chinese cultural village with temples, pagodas and traditional street displays. The star attraction, though, has to be the theme park's two very adorable pandas. A great way to start the day's amusements is by taking a cable car to the headlands - the views of the ocean are stunning.
Great place good mixture of everything, for all ages, rollercoaster, water rides, Pandas, aquariums all sort to please all, one piece of advice do not go on a weekend, and check out chinese holidays before you go if you want to avoid long queues, also download map before you go and plan your route, park is situated in two different locations with a cable car between, we took the bus as the queue for the cable car would have eaten into our fun time
Walking into the Park, I realised a good feeling all over me. Then suddenly, my dad shouted:" i want 2 go toilet! " We lauged.
I played lots of games but too, I do lots of queuing up.
It was fun.Then, just as we were finding the pandas at the other places, we realised we were at the back door. The bus had bought us 2 the back door!
We would never forgot this trip.
Maybe it's because I have little kids, 3 and 5 at the time we visited, but we didn't enjoy it as much as we thought we would. The park is very big and you definitely need a day to visit. Plan on a lot of walking. The one thing that annoyed me the most was having to pay for rides once you are in the park. Your entrance ticket does not cover everything. It does have a McDonald's by the entrance, which was a bonus for my picky eaters.
There are lots of animals to see and be sure to visit the pandas. They are beautiful and their enclosure seems very well kept. In the aquarium side, you are allowed to feed the seals, which my son thought was great.
Been there, done that, and probably won't go back.
Ocean Park awakened the kid in me... I especially liked the cable car ride that links the theme park from one side to the next. I really enjoyed the dolphins and sea lion show as well as the large aquariums. The virtual theatre was nice too and a whole day isn't enough to enjoy all of the park.
Ocean Park was so good, the people are friendly and there is tons to see and do. we went on a family holiday with my 18yr brother and he loved the thrill rides. I would rec this as a must when in Hong Kong especially with kids as they will have so much fun :) There are not only rides but tons on animals and exhibits to see, 1 of the best is the atoll reef which is a huge walk through aqarium that spirals down until you can walk under it - TOTALLY AWESOME
Ocean Park used to be a haven for kids and families until recently. The animal attractions still draws in the crowds but for the price they need to be coming up with better quality side shows.
Their employees arew losing their touch and need to brush up on their people skills.
The dolphin shows are now bland and monotonous. It still packs then crowds specially from the mainland
but is in danger of losing out to the new Disney attraction.
Rides and food are great, inspite of the park's age....cable car was a thrill, too!
HK Disney by comparison is simply newer and had better shows, but the rides compare to US theme parks' best.
The two pandas were too much!!!
It was fun back in the 80's but after 20 years, it has lost its charm. A lot of attractions (eg. the waterpark) were closed when I visited. I think it is going downhill because it doesn't get enough visitors to keep it well maintained. If you haven't been to this park before...it is worth going to...I guess...for the sake of being able to say that you've been there.
this is a really good place to go, esp if u like pandas has they have 2 amazin ones there, called an an and jia jia!!! the only bad thing about it is that it is on a side of a cliff and there is 2 sides to it and you have to ride a skyride to get to the other side and it is a long ride!! other than that it is a good place o visit!
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