Ocean Park

A must-visit Hong Kong icon - Ocean Park is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park all-in-one.

The Hong Kong Pass Free Entry to Ocean Park Normally HK$480 - Free with Hong Kong Pass

Opened in 1977, Ocean Park is an amusement park, home to thrill rides including four rollercoasters, eight themed amusement zones and animals including sharks, bottlenose dolphins, koalas, giant pandas, penguins, walruses, sea lions and more. Perfect for kids and adults, Ocean Park is an umissable part of Hong Kong's heritage.

Start your Ocean Park adventure at the Waterfront where you can wander through the Grand Aquarium, home to over 400 marine species including rays and sharks as well as a viewing dome (at 5.5m in diameter); get up close with Ocean Park's three resident Giant Pandas, red pandas, Chinese alligators, Asian small-clawed otters and giant salamanders; and take a step back in time to 1970s Hong Kong in the immersive Old Hong Kong zone with local snacks, classic booth games and more. Bring the little ones to Whiskers Harbour featuring attractions and rides for younger children.

Head to the Summit via Ocean Park's famous cable-car or through the mountain on the Ocean Express funicular and there you will find five adventure zones featuring thrilling rides and rollercoasters as well as incredible animal habitats home to sea lions, walruses, penguins, anacondas, sharks, artic foxes, jellyfish and more.

Hong Kong Pass Tips

  • Free entry to Ocean Park
  • Arrive early as there is so much to see and do
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Check the Ocean Park website for up-to-date timetable of daily live shows 
  • Eight restaurants and plenty of food stalls on-location for refreshments throughout the day

Did You Know? - Ocean Park Facts

  • The first pair of Giant Pandas named An An (安安) and Jia Jia (佳佳), were gifted to Ocean Park by China in 1999, folllowed by Le Le (樂樂) and Ying Ying (盈盈) in 2007.
  • Ride Hong Kong's first ever VR rollercoaster - VR Mine Train
  • Neptune’s Restaurant offers all-day international dining with sustainable seafood options amidst amazing views of
    the Grand Aquarium’s main tank.
  • The Ocean Park cable car is 1.5-kilometre (0.93 mi) long with stunning views of the South China Sea as well as Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay"


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Getting to Ocean Park

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Getting to Ocean Park

  • Ocean Park 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
  • Closest Subway Ocean Park
  • Closest Bus Stop See map
  • Big Bus hop on hop off Tour Stops Stop 19 on Stanley Tour (green route)

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Opening Times

10:00am - 6:00pm

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