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Ocean Park to Reopen on 18 September


Online Reservation Starts at 7pm Today

The wait is over! After two months of temporary closure due to COVID-19, Ocean Park is scheduled to reopen on 18 September 2020. Visitors can get ready to indulge themselves in the Park’s relaxing environment again while being assured that strict anti-pandemic measures are in place to protect their health. What’s more, the first 100 visitors to enter the Park on 18 September will receive a surprise celebration offer.
Exclusive Promotions for Local Residents
In conjunction with the reopening, Ocean Park is introducing two exciting promotional offers exclusively for local visitors. From 18 September to 31 December 2020, Hong Kong residents can purchase adult admission tickets at a special price of HK$320 (equivalent to 35% off), and receive complimentary in-Park cash e-coupons valued at HK$100 in total for use at all operating restaurants and food kiosks^, as well as designated souvenir shops*; and child admission tickets at $160 and receive a free HK$50 in-Park cash e-coupons*
For those who would like to curate their unique Ocean Park exploration over multiple visits, the Park will launch a new Unlimited Entry Pass on 18 September 2020. Also exclusive for Hong Kong residents, this pass will be retailed at just HK$498 for adults, $398 for students and $249 for children aged three to 11. Pass holders can enjoy flexible, unlimited access* to the Park from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021 for a wide array of fun, extraordinary new experiences. Guests who purchase the Pass on or before 30 November 2020 will receive complimentary cash e-coupons for in-Park spending too.
Online Reservations Open from 7pm Today
In accordance with the Hong Kong Government’s anti-pandemic guidelines, the Park’s maximum capacity will be reduced and properly managed to ensure social distancing for visitors. The Park will also continue to implement an online reservation policy and visitors can go to www.oceanpark.com.hk to book their date of visit starting from 7pm on 15 September 2020
All visitors will be required to pre-book their Park visits online, except for children aged below three, Hong Kong citizens aged 65 or above and two accompanying children aged between three and 11, and guests with the Registration Card for People with Disabilities issued by the Labour and Welfare Bureau. A maximum of four people per group can be made with each reservation.  
Holders of the Park’s SmartFun Annual Pass and Unlimited Entry Pass will enjoy special online reservation quotas. Meanwhile, the membership validity of SmartFun Annual Passes will be automatically extended by 65 days in view of the Park’s closure from 15 July to 17 September 2020. Members can also enjoy exclusive offers at all operating restaurants and food kiosks^*on or before 19 December 2020.
Also, those who missed their complimentary birthday admission offer during this period can redeem for the offer before 31 December 2020 by presenting their Hong Kong identity card or birth certificate in person at the Park’s ticketing office on the date of visit upon successful online reservation*.
*Terms and conditions apply. 
^ Excluding McDonald’s and Ciao Chow