Enjoy a whole new multi-sensory VR experience this Christmas!
Get on the first VR roller coaster in Hong Kong to start an exciting and transformative—escape to nature! Christmas still won’t be Christmas without traditional festive decorations, including the must-have Christmas tree lighting every evening with gloriously arrayed romantic attractions to capture the moment.
Family favourites like Santa’s cottage also feature, along with a hilarious Penguin Dress-up Delights to make your Christmas wishes come true!
All Christmas activities will begin from 16 December 2017
- Mine Train presented by SAMSUNG GEAR VR
The VR Mine Train opens up whole new vistas when you strap on a VR headset! Take a VR adventure through the rainforest, dive into the ocean and fly into the sky in seconds! Dash through urgent turns to avoid attacks from robotic machines! The roller coaster’s natural G-force adds to the thrill with wind effects that truly make you feel like you are soaring and plunging into the scenes you see.
Ocean Park x Pinkoi Festive Marketplace
Capture your happy moments with friends and shop at Christmas Festive Marketplace featuring various design products, to spread the joy during Christmas! Together with the Park’s signature 40-foot Christmas Tree, Santa’s Cottage, Garden of Romance and snow effects nearby, the Christmas Market will transform Waterfront Plaza into a romantic Christmas village. Don’t miss out on this romantic festive photo opp!
Savour Christmas Feasts
Christmas is the time to indulge! Neptune’s Restaurant and Tuxedos Restaurant offer Christmas set menus and kids meals for a delectable family feast! The Christmas Dinner Menu at Neptune’s Restaurant also features a dessert buffet, so you can enjoy all the festive sweets you can eat! Pick up Christmas Ginger Cookies and Vanilla Chocolate Mousse at Aqua City Bakery before you leave for some sweet memories to take home! At Lakeside Chill, come try a variety of time-limited dishes, including the Traditional Cheese Fondue and Baked Canadian Lobster with Cheese!
Credit: Image of Ocean Park
Ocean Park, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong Island
How to get there?
- By bus (both local and cross-boundary buses are available). Just get off the bus after going through the Aberdeen Tunnel and it's a short walk to the Park
- The Citybus Route 629 runs daily from Central Star Ferry (every 20-60min)
- By MTR: Ocean Park Station on South Island Line
- By car or coach (parking facilities available)