Ocean Park Guide

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Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine theme park that is a joint project with New Zealand and China. It is one of the largest marine theme parks in the world and is the largest leisure paradise in Southeast Asia. Hong Kong's mild climate and coastal scenery, attracts throngs of travellers annually from all over world. Any travel to Hong Kong should include the world famous Ocean Park.The park covers a total area of 200 acres and built on both sides of the mountain. Presently, the park is also expanding to make an even greater experience for its guests. There is a cable car system that connects the upper and lower areas of the park that visitors can ride on for free. There are several fun things to do in the park. There is a kid area for families to play games and win stuffed toys and other gifts.

There are also various adult rides in the park, such as roller coasters and log rides. There is also a 72 meter tall tower in the park that guests can ride up and see a magnificent view of the park and the South China Sea. Besides the rides, there is also, of course, several exhibits of marine life and also several shows. Atoll Reef, the most popular attraction at Ocean Park, allows guests to see over 2,000 fish, including 250 different species. The park is also home to Asia's first underwater viewing tunnel that is located in the Shark Aquarium. Here, you can walk right below or next to over 35 species of sharks and rays.

Imagine a virtual trip through the ocean park from the lowland section to the headland section: The trip starts from the middle Kingdom neighboring the Tai Shue Wan Entrance. At the middle kingdom you may to see many ancient structures such as temples, pavilions and streets. Walking on this street, you can get the Hong Kong Jockey Giant Panda Habitat, home to two lovely pandas, Anan the male, and Jiajia the female. Both are very popular and travllers enjoy watching them eat and sleep. Beyond the Panda habitat one enters the 'Dinosaur-Now and Then' exhibits. Here travellers will see vivid dinosaur models, especially the model of Tyrannosaurus Rex. Continue on to the Dolphin Breeding Center, you will learn of dolphins' daily living habits and the importance of protecting this intelligent maritime mammal. Visitors can view at eight bottlenose dolphins including two little dolphins bred by artificial insemination for the first time in the world. There are many interest attractions waiting for you exploring. Hong Kong Ocean Park will fill your day with wonder, pleasure and excitement and reward you with satisfying memories of your visit to the impressive Hong Kong Ocean Park.
How to travel in Ocean Park HongKong, Here are some guide information about Ocean Park. The detail is following:
Address: Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Admission Fee: CNY 208 for Adult, CNY 103 for Children from 3-11 years old
Opening hours: 10:00 a.m-18:00 p.m
Contact Hotline: 00852 39232323

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