Ocean Park

Ocean Park Hong Kong

After Disneyland, the city's 2nd largest theme park can be found on the south coast of Hong Kong Island, set in a beautiful setting of rugged shores and high hills.

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Ocean Park is an extremely diverse place to keep the youngest children and adults alike entertained. You'll find fairground rides, a zoo, an oceanarium and beautiful views from the cable cars.

The park's official website, where you can find all the latest information and a list of attractions: oceanpark.com.hk.

What to see and experience at Ocean Park

Ideally, set aside a full day or at least an afternoon to visit the theme park.

Ocean Park is divided into three sections, connected by a cable car over 1 km long, an underground train of the same length and a shuttle bus.

The Waterfront

The smaller section closer to the centre will keep young children and water lovers entertained.

  • Aqua City - Indoor and outdoor pools with fountains, promenades and many restaurants
  • Aquarium - a giant aquarium with a rich underwater life
  • Whiskers Harbour - a village with attractions for small children
  • Amazing Asian Animals - zoo and educational pavilions with Asian animals, the biggest attractions being the giant pandas

The Summit

The largest part of the park is situated under a hill on the southern tip of the forested peninsula. It is from here that you can enjoy beautiful views of the sea and the rugged coastline of Hong Kong Island.

  • Marine World - The section on the headland, surrounded on three sides by water, offers large attractions and aquariums with sharks, jellyfish, dolphins and marine mammals.
  • Thrill Mountain - the highest parts of the park are the most adrenaline-pumping attractions
  • Polar Adventure - attractions dedicated to the winter world


The water park, with its separate entrance and the possibility to buy separate tickets, offers several pools with artificial waves, wild rivers, whirlpools and many water slides.

Detailed information and a list of all attractions can be found on the website: waterworld.oceanpark.com.hk.

Cable cars and underground train

One of Ocean Park's main attractions are the scenic cable cars and the "Ocean Express" underground train, which connect the two main sections - The Waterfront and Summit.

The cable cars take about 15 minutes to ride and offer breathtaking views of the steep coastline.

The underground train ride takes less than 10 minutes.

Transportation on the cable cars and the train is included in the park admission. It is not possible to ride only the cable cars or the train without purchasing admission to the entire park.

A free shuttle bus runs every 10 minutes between the Waterworld Waterpark and the main part of the park, "The Waterfront".

Admission - prices and discounts

With a purchased ticket, you do not pay additional admission to any of the attractions inside the park. You only pay for meals in the restaurants, shopping in the shops and any special interactive attractions.

Detailed information, including online ticket purchases, can be found at: oceanpark.com.hk/en/tickets-and-offers.

Admission to the "Waterworld" waterpark is charged separately: waterworld.oceanpark.com.hk.

Ocean Park

Tickets include entry to the two main sections of the park - The Waterfront and The Summit. It does not include entry to the Waterworld waterpark.

  • 498 hkd - Adults 12 years and older
  • 249 hkd - Children 3 to 11 years

Children under 3 years of age are admitted free of charge.


Ticket includes entry to the waterpark only.

  • 280 hkd - Adults 12 years and older
  • 196 hkd - Children 3 to 11 years

Opening hours

Open at slightly different times during winter and summer. However, opening hours are usually 10:00-19:00. The "The Summit" section of the park always closes 30 minutes early.

Ocean Park is closed every Tuesday.

Detailed opening times by day can be found on the park's website: oceanpark.com.hk/monthly-schedule.

Waterworld is usually closed all of January and part of February. Otherwise, opening hours are 10am-5pm. Details can be found on the official website: waterworld.oceanpark.com.hk/park-hours-schedule.

How to get there

Ocean Park is best and fastest accessible by metro. However, there are also many bus routes from the surrounding neighbourhoods.


At the main entrance is the Ocean Park station, which is served by the South-Island subway line from Admiralty Station in central Hong Kong.

The fare with Octopus Card at Admiralty is 6,70 hkd. You can find the route planner on the official subway website: mtr.com.hk.


The bus connection is convenient when travelling from the south coast of Hong Kong Island.

All routes in this part of the city are operated by Citybus.

  • Line 6X - direction Central, Repulse Bay, Stanley, Price 10,90 hkd
  • Line 48 - direction Aberdeen, Wah Fu, price 3,90 hkd
  • Line 107 - direction Aberdeen, Wah Fu, Kowloon (Hung Hom, Kowloon City, Kowloon Bay), price 13,80 hkd
  • Line 260 - direction Central, Repulse Bay, Stanley, price 10,90 hkd


Want to have Ocean Park available first hand? If so, stay at one of the two hotels just outside the park entrance.

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