Day 3 of 8

02.20.2011 – Ocean Park is a marine-life theme park and an amusement complex at the same time with different thrilling rides to choose from. It also features dolphins and seals live performances, marine-life exhibits and unique animal encounter. Relatively older than most theme park in Asia but they never failed to upgrade and update the park which caters to all ages. Sitted beautifully along seaside over looking the South China Sea and you get to enjoy this unhindered spectacular view when you hop on to their famous cable car. Aside from that, you can also experience a one of a kind, make-believe submarine express (train) that will transport you from the lowlands to the highlands they called the Summit. Some of us including mom, my daughter, hubby and my brother visited this park years ago while for most of my family members this is actually their first.

From our hotel, we just hop onto MTR and alighted at Admiralty Station, from there we then take the double decker Bus 629 that took us directly to Ocean Park. It was a fun-filled day for all of us and hopefully we can share the same happiness we felt through the photos below. Happy Browsing 🙂

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Cable Car that will take you from waterfront to the summit.

One of my fave to date...

One of my fave to date…

Quick Lunch at McDo

Quick Lunch at McDo

At Ocean Theatre

At Ocean Theatre, waiting for the Dolphins show 🙂

Dolphin Action

Dolphins in Action. Current Show – Sea Dreams.

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Seal in Action

Seal in Action

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At the Shark Mystique

My mom and sis riding the eagle

My mom and sis riding the eagle

The Eagle’s is a gravity-defying spinner that rises up towards the sky and split apart, displaying four individual pods of screaming passengers, all holding on for dear life! Whirling out maximum fun at 8 revolutions per minute, with a shocking gyro drive speed of 22 revolutions per minute, come defy the limit on how fast your body can spin.

The Eagle’s is a gravity-defying spinner that rises up to 31 meters.

In line at the Abyss - Surely not for the faint hearted.

In line at the Abyss – Surely not for the faint hearted.

the whole gang is having fun

the whole gang is having fun

At the Dragon

At the Dragon – a rollercoaster ride that spins 360 degrees.

Mine Train

Mine Train is Ocean Park craziest yet spectacular roller coaster.

Spectacular Ride + Amazing View = Must Try

Spectacular Ride + Amazing View = Must Try

Me and my siblings enjoying the ride.

Me and my siblings enjoying the ride.

So the kids are happy

So the kids and the young at heart are very much happy ^_*

Ocean Express station - that will take you to the waterfront station.

Ocean Express Summit Station – that will take you from the summit to the waterfront station.

My brother in law exerting effort to win the prize.

My brother in law exerting effort to win the prize.

At Giant Panda Habitat

You get to see 2 lively Pandas eating bamboos At Giant Panda Habitat

See you again Ocean Park!

With the whole gang at Ocean Park Gate

THEME PARK QUICK GUIDE

pink-callout Official Website : http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/en
pink-callout Contact Number : (852) 3923 2323
pink-callout Email Address : gr@oceanpark.com.h
pink-callout Adult 1 Day Pass : 385 HKD
pink-callout Child 1 Day Pass : 193 HKD
pink-callout Fast Track : +150 HKD
pink-callout Operating Hours : 1o:00 to 6:00pm Monday to Sunday
pink-callout Other Infos : Free Admission to Children age 3 and below.

WHERE TO BUY TICKET?

You can purchase tickets directly at their official website at www.oceanpark.com.hk, you can also get the passes at all 7-11 Stores in HK and on the spot at the theme park but aside from these conventional ticketing options. You may purchase tickets at;

pinkeart2 Use Klook to get lower rates plus get an additional 3 USD discount. Sign Up Here baubles4 (up to 4OHKD Discount – Tried & Tested)
pinkeart2 CTS Hongkong Limited  (Around 2O HKD Discount)

HOW TO GET HERE?

ship-carThe Citybus Route 629 runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station or Central (Star Ferry). The bus fares are HK$10.6 for adults and HK$5.3 for children (aged 4-11).

The world awaits, travel now

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