Water parks in Hong Kong - photos, prices, descriptions

Water parks in Hong Kong

Water parks in Hong Kong

There are many places in Hong Kong where you can spend the whole day having fun with both friends and family..

Water Park in Hong Kong

Hongkong “Ocean park” has:

  • an oceanarium, divided into several zones (walking through the transparent tunnel, guests will see aquariums with sharks and various fish; and they will also be able to see the performance of dolphins);
  • mini-zoo with pandas;
  • lagoons with fountains;
  • water slides and attractions: if you wish, you can raft down the river (attraction “The rapids”); experience a water attraction “Raging River” (it involves boating up the river through the jungle and a sharp descent down);
  • cafes, restaurants, shops with soft drinks, ice cream and sweets.

Children will be especially delighted with visiting Ocean Park - holidays and fascinating shows are arranged for them here..

Adults are asked to pay HK $ 250 for a ticket and HK $ 125 for children (3-11 years old).

Water activities in Hong Kong

To pamper yourself with a dip in the pool every day, tourists should book a hotel room with a pool, such as “Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel”.

Guests of Hong Kong are advised to visit The Peninsula Spa - here they will have saunas, a swimming pool, 14 rooms in which various procedures are performed (massage - 1500 Hong Kong $ / 1.5 hours; intensive facial - 1300 Hong Kong $ / 1 hour; aromatherapy - 1200 Hong Kong $ / 1 hour).

Those interested can take a ride on the StarFerry ferry - it runs between Hong Kong and Kowloon (the trip lasts no more than 15 minutes; a ticket for adults costs HK $ 2.5-3.4, for children - HK $ 1.5-2.1, and a tourist ticket , valid for 4 days, will cost tourists HK $ 25). It is worth noting that you can admire the laser show directly from the ferry “Symphony of Lights”, if you can guess the boat trip by 20:00.

Those who like to spend time on the beaches can take a closer look at Repulse Bay (here you can sunbathe on the sun loungers; use the barbecue grills; play volleyball on the equipped areas; ride a yacht; dive with scuba diving; taste sea delicacies in nearby restaurants ), Deep Water Bay (the bay is protected from sharks by a stretched net, and the beach itself is equipped with eateries, restaurants, rescue patrols), Sheko Beach (all year round here “raging” rather big waves, which is attractive for surfers; in addition, it will be interesting for those who like to climb the rocks and barbecue), Big Wave Bay (although big waves are a rarity here, it does not matter “occupy” surfers of all ages).


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  • Water parks in Hong Kong
  • Water parks in Hong Kong