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SCHOOLCHILDREN WITH EXTRA DAYS’ OFF CAN LEARN ABOUT NATURE AT OCEAN PARK FOR HALF PRICE

2008-03-14

(Hong Kong – 13 March 2008) To enable all local schoolchildren who will have their Easter break from today to gain enriching experiences interacting with nature in a fresh-air, outdoor environment, Ocean Park will implement a special half price admission offer for schoolchildren from tomorrow to 20 March 2008 upon presentation of their valid student cards or handbooks(Please refer to the Things To Note below).

Things To Note

1. Local schoolchildren from kindergartens, primary schools or special schools, (as mentioned in the class suspension announcement made by the Education Bureau) can enjoy same day half price admission upon presentation of their student cards or handbooks.

2. This offer applies only for purchases made at the ticketing office at Ocean Park’s Main Entrance or Tai Shue Wan Entrance

3. This offer cannot be exchanged for cash and cannot be used in conjunction with any other admission ticket promotional offers

4. In case of any dispute, the decision of Ocean Park will be final

5. Ocean Park reserves the right to terminate this offer without any prior notice

For any enquiries of the above special offer, please call Ocean Park at 2552 0291.

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About Ocean Park
Ocean Park is Hong Kong’s unique homegrown theme park with a heritage of delivering family fun and fond memories. Since its opening in January 1977 as a non-profit organization, Ocean Park has developed itself to be a world-class attraction connecting people with nature, and recognized for its animal husbandry, research and relationship with the community. Over 85 million people have visited Hong Kong's premier park since its inception and Ocean Park has remained committed to offer adults and children experiences that blend entertainment with education and conservation. Part of the proceeds from the admission tickets and some retail items will go to Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong to support its wildlife conservation projects