The Transformation of Hong Kong’s Ocean Park Unveiled

Ocean Park Hong Kong, commonly known as Ocean Park, is to be transformed into a new resort and leisure destination, offering free access to visitors to enjoy retail, dining, and entertainment zones and only charge visitors for amusement rides, cable car, and exhibitions. 

The second-largest theme park in Hong Kong, after Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park is currently home to a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park, and amusement park situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Part of the plan includes integrating local conservation and education initiatives to connect the revamped business with other attractions and developments in the Southern District. Proposed plans will also strengthen the new wellness-themed zones with glamping, trekking, meditation, and yoga retreat facilities that take advantage of the natural scenery of Ocean Park and its surroundings.

A new 6,400 sq/m water park is also expected to open this summer in Ocean Park and will serve as Hong Kong’s first all-weather water park integrating the park’s hillside surroundings through a series of terraced platforms and wave pools facing the South China Sea.

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