Ocean Park Hong Kong, located in Wong Chuk Hang, is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park. The second-largest theme park in Hong Kong, it is divided into two areas The Summit and The Waterfront. The two are connected by 1.5-kilometre long cable car system and the Ocean Express Funicular Railway. Ocean Park also houses the Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel alongside a collection of eateries and shopping centres.
SuperPark is an indoor activity park for all ages located in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Adventure Area has trampolines, zip wires, slides among other facilities. The Game Arena offers sports like basketball, bowling and golf, to name a few. Climbing, snowboarding, skating and skiing are offered in the Freestyle Hall. The park boasts a dining area and party rooms which can be hired for group and corporate events.
Located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is the largest theme park in Hong Kong and the second-largest Disneyland in Asia. Often reputed as the ‘happiest place on this planet', it consists of nine themed areas. Housing various activities such as museums, jungles, mines and sails, Hong Kong Disneyland also has a line of top restaurants. They also host parades and live shows starring various Disney characters.
Noah's Ark at Ma Wan Island in Hong Kong is a theme park based on stories in the Bible. This tourist attraction encourages cultural learning by presenting the story of Noah’s Ark and the great flood in an interactive and entertaining manner. With life-size models of animals, breathtaking views, and several activities, it provides an engaging experience for children and adults. Some of the attractions within the park are the Solar Tower, a Nature Garden and the iconic Noah's Arc.
Snoopy’s World is a theme park located in the New Town Plaza Shopping Mall in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. The theme park is home to six amusement zones including Snoopy House, Peanuts Academy, Canoe Ride, Peanuts Dugout, Peanuts Boulevard, etc. While maybe not as flamboyant as Disneyland or Ocean Park, Snoopy’s World has its own persona when it comes to amusement. The theme park hosts at least around 60 life-size characters from Peanuts.
Lai Chi Kok amusement park, also known as Lai Yuen, is located on the Lai Chi Kok bay in Hong Kong. It was the largest amusement park in Hong Kong until it was closed down. The park today features most of its older attractions- a carousel, a haunted house, a skating rink and carnival games but with a tech twist. Reopened in 2015, it allows countless adults to revisit their childhood memories.
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