We had planned to visit Noah's ark as the website made it seem quite appealing and that there were quite a few activities/attractions in the 'park'.
Transport to and from Noah's Ark:
Firstly we were coming from Lantau island (near Ngong ping) and caught a taxi there. This attraction is situated on a small island with restricted access to vehicles, so the taxis could only take us so far before we had to walk the rest of the way. The island was pretty much deserted, on our walk to the park we came across no other visitors.
The main issue we had was leaving the park. The taxi rank (where we got dropped) has no taxis coming or going (there really is no reason for them to come on the island), no train access either, so we were wondering how we were going to get home. There was literally no one around to ask for help. We saw a bus stop and a few minutes later a bus pulled up, we got on regardless of where it was going, because we didn't want to be stuck on that island for any longer. Luckily for us, it took us to Tsing Yi train station, so we could catch the MTR back to our hotel.
Inside the park:
We paid our admission fee and walked towards the ark garden. It was interesting seeing all the fake animals in pairs scattered around the ark. (This bit I enjoyed). I wish we could have gotten closer to the animals to be able to take pictures with them. Instead, they were scattered in garden beds, which meant you could only look on from a distance.
Then we went inside the ark. It started off interesting with a set up of the animals and how they would be arranged on the ark. There were a few live animals, followed by display after display of different historic pieces of info. There were a few 3D movie viewings relating to the flood that we watched too.
But after the 2nd viewing the staff member directed us back into the gallery space and we could not find a way to exit/continue. We could not go back the way we came as it was the theatre from the 3D movie we just watched. The doors were closed, which meant the gallery had to continue some where right? Wrong, we searched the entire gallery floor and could only find emergency exits and entrance to the theatres. There were no staff members around to ask either. We used an emergency exit to get out as we just couldn't escape it.
After that we checked around the outside of the ark and found the gift shop we then found ourselves wondering what more there was to do. We ended up just leaving.
I feel that improvements could be made to this park (particularly with access made easier) as this was a real put off.
I would not recommend this attraction as I personally found that it was a waste of time.