Hong Kong Yachting
Hong Kong Yachting has vessels for hire to various stops in Hong Kong and the outlying islands from Aberdeen Harbour. You can buy...
Crown Wine Cellars
The WWII bunkers on Shouson Hill have been transformed into a top-notch wine cellar, with a glasshouse restaurant surrounded by towering...
Deep Water Bay Golf Course
Nonmembers can play here on weekdays from 9am to 2pm, though they only accept walk-ins and do not take reservations.
Butchers Club Deli
Butchers Club is a multiple-outlet beef specialist with its own climate-controlled room for dry-ageing Australian beef. The decor in...
Ocean Park Rd · interesting places nearby
Ocean Park information
Despite the crowd-pulling powers of Disneyland on Lantau, for many Ocean Park remains the most popular theme park in Hong Kong. Constant expansion, new rides and thrills, and the presence of four giant pandas and two rare red pandas ensure the park remains a huge draw for families. Be aware that in part of the park, Marine World, cetaceans are kept in captivity and performances involving dolphins and orcas are a feature, which scientific studies suggest is harmful to these animals.
The park is divided into two main sections. The main entrance is on the Waterfront (lowland) side and is linked to the main section on the Summit (headland) via a scenic cable car ride and a marine-themed funicular train called the Ocean Express .
The major attractions at the Waterfront are Amazing Asian Animals and Aqua City . The Grand Aquarium , which boasts the world’s largest aquarium dome, is home to 5000 fish representing over 400 species. Old Hong Kong is a replica of the old buildings that once graced Wan Chai and older parts of Kowloon. To the north is Whiskers Harbour , which thrives on an assortment of kid-oriented rides.
On the Summit, the Thrill Mountain has plenty of white-knuckle rides, such as the celebrated roller coaster, Hair Raiser. Meanwhile, the Chinese Sturgeon Aquarium showcases a living gift from the mainland.