Ocean park

Water World Ocean Park officially opens to the public on September 21

The highly anticipated Water World at Ocean Park will finally open its doors to the public on September 21! Comprised of five areas – Splendid Reef, Torrential River, Thrill Valley, Adventure Coast and Hidden Village – the park spans nearly 700,000 square feet of land and features 27 indoor and outdoor attractions suitable for visitors of all ages.

Big Wave Bay

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Those looking to float with the gentle waves can relax at the Lazy Cruise, a 740m inland river; Big Wave Bay, an outdoor pool where guests can ride different wave patterns while taking in the stunning views of the south shore; or the Whiskers’ Splash Family Zone, a fun and safe water play area with water jets, tunnels, slides and more.


Skyhigh Falls

On the other hand, if adrenaline-pumping water action is what you’re looking for, hop on rides like the Cavern Chase, Vortex!, Skyhigh Falls – all of which feature a series of thrilling twists – and daring slides such as the Thunder Loop, Daredevil Drop and Bravery Cliff, as well as Rainbow Rush, a 17-meter slide made up of eight colorful tubes. Check out our Rainbow Rush First Look video below!

Horizon Cove

One of the water park highlights is Horizon Cove in the Hidden Village area, the city’s first-ever indoor wave pool, sponsored by Manulife. The 1,450 m² indoor pool will feature calm, lapping waves and powerful double-diamond waves where guests can enjoy an exciting surf ride. The Horizon Cove is also home to a center stage and large screen where parties and various programs will take place to engage guests. As part of Manulife’s sponsorship, the company will distribute 3,000 Water World charity tickets each year, starting in 2022.

Water park tickets will adopt “dynamic pricing,” meaning admission fees will vary depending on seasonality and days of the week. Visit waterworld.oceanpark.com.hk for more information and book your ticket now!

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