This place feels like home. We love staying here. Would like to commend Sammie Tse at the 5/F check-in for her above average service & courteous attentiveness to our needs. We also highly commend the housekeeper Salina on the 36th floor who provided excellent & professional room service. Thanks again ...
Upon arrival. There were 3 staffs behind the check in counter. 1 guest arrived before me and he was being served by one of the staff. The other 2 staffs seems busy with their documents but they did saw me standing in front of the counter. Yes there was eye contact but No greetings at all. I stood ...
Alongside Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Oceanpark is one of Hong Kong’s key attractions and one of its most visited attractions, bringing in around 7.5 million people per year. Built either side of a mountain in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong Oceanpark is a marine theme park that has been entertaining visitors for around three decades. While the park features rollercoasters and water rides, it also lets visitors get closer to nature through shows and activities featuring penguins, seals, dolphins, sea lions, sharks and rays. It is also home to red pandas from mainland China. The park has both daytime and night-time activities, and as well as being a place of entertainment it prides itself on educating its visitors, offering both adults and children insights into conservation and the protection of marine life.
Getting to Hong Kong Oceanpark is pretty straightforward. Route 629 (the Citybus ‘Ocean Park Express’) gets visitors to the park in around 30 minutes. It is also easy to get to by taxi and for those who want to drive themselves, the park has ample paid parking.
Address and contact: Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 3923 2323
Opening times and fees: 10:00 – 21:00; daytime tickets approximately SG$72 for adults and SG$36 for children. Parking fees SG$28 per dayWhere to stay
Hong Kong Oceanpark is easy to get to by car and fully accessible by bus and by taxi, so it is possible to choose accommodation anywhere in Hong Kong, where there are places to stay to suit every budget, with a solid range of four- and five-star hotels alongside accommodation that caters more for tourists on a budget.
Hotels near Hong Kong Oceanpark are predominantly four-star properties with a variety of room types (single, double and family) often with free internet, flat-screen TVs and cable service. Onsite restaurants and often swimming pools are also provided. Many hotels near Hong Kong Oceanpark offer free Wi-fi in public areas, and shuttle buses to Oceanpark are quite common.