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Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong
Photograph: Courtesy Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong

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

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Written by
Jenny Leung
Tatum Ancheta

Ocean Park's much-awaited Water World will finally be opening its doors to the public on September 21! Comprised of five zones – Splendid Reef, Torrential River, Thrill Valley, Adventure Coast, and Hidden Village – the park spans almost 700,000sq ft of land and features 27 indoor and outdoor attractions suitable for guests of all ages.

Big Wave Bay

Whiskers' Splash Zone

Those looking to float with the gentle waves can take it easy at the Lazy Cruise, a 740m indoor flowing river; Big Wave Bay, an outdoor pool where guests can take on different wave patterns while enjoying the sweeping views of the southern shore; or the family-friendly Whiskers' Splash Zone, a fun and safe water play zone with water jets, tunnels, slides, and more.


Skyhigh Falls

On the other hand, if adrenaline-pumping water action is what you're after, hop onto rides like the Cavern Chase, Vortex!, Skyhigh Falls – all of which features a series of thrilling twists and turns – and daring slides such as the Thunder Loop, Daredevil Drop, and Bravery Cliff, as well as Rainbow Rush, a 17-metre slide featuring eight colourful tubes. Check out our First Look video of Rainbow Rush below!

Horizon Cove

One of the highlights of the waterpark is the Horizon Cove at the Hidden Village zone, the city's first-ever all-weather indoor wave pool, which is sponsored by Manulife. The 1,450sq m indoor pool will feature calm and lapping waves and powerful double diamond waves where guests can enjoy a thrilling surf ride. The Horizon Cove also houses a centre stage and a large screen where parties and various programmes will take place to engage guests. As part of Manulife's sponsorship, the company will be distributing 3,000 Water World charitable tickets every year, starting from 2022.

Tickets to the water park will adopt 'dynamic pricing', which means admission costs will vary according to seasonality and days of the week. Head over to for more information and book your ticket now!

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