Spent first day of Year 2009 in Ocean Park. Pose for a family pic in front of the park entrance.
How to get there:
By Citybus Route 629:
The Citybus Route 629 runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station or Central Pier No. 7. The bus fares are HK $10.6 for adults and HK $5.3 for children (aged 4-11). Buses departing from Central Pier No. 7 and Admiralty MTR Station leave at 9am, 9:10am and 9:20am.
By Car / Coach:
Parking is available at the Main Entrance and Tai Shue Wan Entrance. Opening hours are from 9:00 am to 30 minutes before the park is closed. The daily parking rate for private cars is HK$70 from Monday to Friday and HK$80 on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
For coaches, the rate is HK$50 per hour or part of this fee thereof for up to 2 hours. A HK$140 flat rate is available for parking over 2 hours. 30 minutes complimentary pick up or drop off time is allowed for each coach.
Adult : HK $250
Children (3-11) : HK $125
Children (under 3) : Free
You can book your tickets online.
There are lots of new attractions that you can visit around the park. At Lowland Gardens, you can visit the Giant Pandas, watch Sealion show, and experience Bungee Trampoline and Skyfair.
But need to ride on a cable car to reach Lowland Gardens. View from inside of our cable car.
Able to reach Sealion show on time.
Giant Panda inside her “home”. Tourists are eager to see them. Pandas shy away and went inside their “room” if they hear loud noises from the crowd.
At Pacific Pier
Not enough day to visit all the rides and watch the shows inside the park. We left Ocean Park by 6pm and headed to the ferry terminal to catch the ferry ride to Macao. It was already 9pm when we reached Macao island. We went to Venetian through free shuttle from the port.
Eating Ice Cream