Visitors to Ocean Park Water World who do not wish to queue for thrilling rides can purchase a fast pass for HK$350.
Ocean Park Water World is set to open on September 21, coinciding with the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The park announced earlier that ticket prices for Ocean Park Water World will fluctuate depending on the dates.
For example, an adult ticket for September 21 will cost HK$400, while a ticket on the following day, which is a public holiday, will cost HK$460. As for weekdays from September 27 to 30, an adult ticket will cost HK$320, according to the park’s ticketing site.
The park has also made fast-track passes to Water World available, allowing visitors to hop on the water rides without wasting a second waiting in line.
The first type of fast pass, priced at HK$250, allows visitors to skip the lines for up to four attractions, while the second fast pass, at HK$350, grants unlimited priority access to all attractions.
Visitors will have to pay extra if they want to use the lockers. Rental fees range from HK$20 to HK$280, depending on size.
At this time, only 4,000 visitors will be allowed access to Water World per day, which is around 57% of its maximum capacity of 7,000 visitors.
There will be 27 indoor and outdoor attractions, as well as a range of entertainment, retail and dining options at the 70,000 square foot Water World.
The park also reminded the public that all visitors will be required to take a free shuttle from Ocean Park to Water World during its opening period from September 21 to October 4.