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One of the world's most beautiful theme parks and ranked as the 7th most popular theme parks in the world by Forbes - the home-grown destination includes an iconic Marine Land, Amazing Asian Animals (giant pandas, red pandas, asian otters, etc...more
Our visit to Hong Kong was a short one so between Disney World and Ocean Park, we chose Ocean Park. And it was a good decision, since it was definitely less crowded than Disney World. It had a lot to offer.. whether its thrilling rides...More
If you can, aim to go on a weekday and get there early! We did exactly that and because there was forcast of a scattered rains in the morning, we literally had most of the park to ourselves. Some rides were closed due to the...More
Lovely outing. Day well spent. Do plan this on a weekday to avoid rush. We went there on a Monday. Absolutely no rush for any of the rides. We covered the entire park.
Please book “meet the dolphins “ in advance for a better experience....More
It was a exhilarating day spent at a great location. Right from the cable car ride to the top of the park, to the many rides and attractions - all contributed to a fun filled day. You actually need a day to explore the whole...More
The No 1 rollercoaster attraction THE SAMSUNG VIRTUAL REALITY “Mine Train” roller coaster
Totally mind blowing experience. I did not ever ride the Mine Train without VR Goggles. But many do, right there by the ocean side. The sheer magnitude of the Harbour views accompany...More
A must visit if you love animals! The theme park isn’t just the usual rides for kids and adults, they have very interesting and unique sea creatures-even a few performances that highlights awareness to protect our oceans and environment. Panda and red pandas are a...More
It was one of the most crowded days as it’s Oct 31 the hallowing night
Try to avoid these days as the queues will be very long and waiting time could be over 3 hrs
But I had fun
Rollercoaster was the best and also...More
Tip 1: bring comfy walking shoes as you will be walking kilometres.
Tip 2: when you arrive, take the ocean train or cable cart to the top of the mountain. Do all the rides first as most people will stay at the bottom of the...More
Response from Oz-Traveler78 | Reviewed this property |
I heard weekends are busy. We went on a weekday. Minimal people, very little waiting times for rides. Most we waited was no more than 5 minutes. Read my recent review with of my tip of starting at the top of the mountain... More
I heard weekends are busy. We went on a weekday. Minimal people, very little waiting times for rides. Most we waited was no more than 5 minutes. Read my recent review with of my tip of starting at the top of the mountain first and finishing at the bottom. No priority passes needed at all.
The baby is too young for the rides (there is one ride from age 1) but there are lots of animal exhibits you could probably bring a baby into. You'd need to consider that it's a crowded venue so needing to take a... More
The baby is too young for the rides (there is one ride from age 1) but there are lots of animal exhibits you could probably bring a baby into. You'd need to consider that it's a crowded venue so needing to take a stroller/pram with you could be inconvenient. I don't know if they have any specific parent restrooms for feeding/changing. You wouldn't need to go up to the summit because that's where all the big thrill rides are.