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.
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.
Its so much fun!the best ride is your ma! by far ye tiks. better if u hav a change of clothes cus u can go on all the rides then... going to see the dolphins is a waste of time unless you have young children
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.
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!!!
Like i said, if you have time to go there, and nothing else to do, then it is fun. Decent rollercoasters, good shows and the panda's are cool, but i defintely would not put it in my top 10 things to do in hong kong.
We are from florida.. we have Mote marine and Sea world here.. we enjoy spending time with ocean life.. But we are surprised by the collection in Ocean park... fish from all over the world.. the exhibition room for the Jellyfish is not very big.. may be we are spoiled American. But the designer has demonstrated their talent on interior design.. we have a wonderful time...
i like all from this place ; the view, the rolercoaster and all the games, the people, the food...... it's fun!!! especially because it's right at the top of the hills so make the feel very - very great ^-^
Ocean Park is really one big amazing theme park! It's like a zoo, botanical garden, butterly farm, underwater world, and amusement park all in one. Extreme rides are really breathtaking! Aside from the cable car over the South China Sea, it's only in this place that I've seen the longest and highest escalators! You'd have to use them in order to reach the Pacific Pier at the top of a mountain. Pacific Pier is somewhat similar to San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. Atoll Reef is awesome! I think it's the best underwater world I've ever seen. There's also a dolphin show that's really entertaining. This place is so big and amazing that a day to visit here is not enough.
This restful park started as a fortified Chinese garrison back in 1847. Even after the surrounding areas were leased by
Britain in 1898, the garrison still remained firmly under Chinese jurisdiction. Already a slum in 1898, life became worse ...
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The most important exhibition and convention venue in the territory, the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre was the site
of the 1997 handover ceremony of Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People's Republic of China. The ...