Opening this September, here’s what you can expect from the long-awaited Water World Ocean Park.
Have you heard? Ocean Park is set to open Asia’s first and only year-round, all-weather seaside water park next month, aptly named Water World. “Splash into adventure” at the water park’s 27 outdoor and indoor attractions, including nine water slides and Hong Kong’s first all-weather indoor wave pool! Keep scrolling for your first look at this latest addition to Ocean Park…
“Water World is set to bring out the adventurous spirit in all of us. With an architectural design that embraces the natural terrain, it gives adventurers the opportunity to take in the beauty that surrounds our Southern District…” – Paulo Pong, Deputy Chairman, Ocean Park.
Where Is Water World Ocean Park Located?
Water World Ocean Park sits next to the main theme park itself, and is just a short shuttle bus ride away.
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What Can We Expect From Water World Ocean Park?
From slides to wave pools, there’s no shortage of attractions to explore at Ocean Park’s long-awaited water park. Water World will feature five different zones, each with its own spirit and personality.
Start your journey at the Splendid Reef, an expansive area right on the shore of the sea, where you’ll be met by the friendly Water World guides. From here, you can choose your own adventure.
Fancy yourself a bit of an adrenaline junkie? Make your way to Torrential River where you can experience hair-raising slides, cyclone spins and daredevil drops. Or perhaps you want to take on Thrill Valley, home to some of Water World’s most daring attractions, including free-fall experiences which will drop you from the mountain to the valley below.
For those who would prefer to sit back and relax, Adventure Coast is the place for you. This tropical paradise, equipped with cabanas and a snack shop, is the perfect place to kick back and relax.
Last but not least, you’ll want to make time to seek out the Hidden Village. Here, you’ll find the city’s first-ever all-weather indoor wave pool, Horizon Cove, presented by Ocean Park sponsor, Manulife. The 1,450 square metre pool is capable of wave heights ranging from 0.3m to 1m, and boasts eight different wave patterns, including the powerful double diamond waves – a surfer’s dream!
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When Will Water World Ocean Park Open?
Water World Ocean Park is set to open on Tuesday, 21 September, 2021. Tickets are available for purchase on Monday, 9 August, 2021, from 5pm at Ocean Park’s official website.
Water World Ocean Park, waterworld.oceanpark.com.hk
All images courtesy of Ocean Park.