Water World
Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong

Tips for Visiting Water World Ocean Park


Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong will officially open to the public on 21 September 2021, welcoming visitors to splash into adventure.

Water World would like to inform the public that its carpark operations will be suspended and private car (including shared ride) access to Water World will be restricted during the initial period until further notice.

Visitors are advised to take public transport to get to Water World. The convenient options include:

  • Complimentary shuttle bus service# between Ocean Park Main Entrance and Water World (online booking required)
  • Citybus Route 629* to and from Central Ferry Piers and Water World via Ocean Park Main Entrance
  • Citybus Route 629M* from Water World to MTR Wong Chuk Hang Station (return trip only)
  • Green Minibus Route 29A* to and from Ap Lei Chau Estate and Water World
  • Green Minibus Route 59A Special Departures* to and from Tung Sing Road, Aberdeen and Water World
  • Taxi drop-off and pick-up

# Due to limited seats available for shuttle bus service, visitors are recommended to check out the Special Experience and Service page at Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong’s website to book their complimentary transfers to Water World early.

* Please refer to information provided by related operators for routing, schedules and fares.

​Meanwhile, all visitors are required to follow the Government’s latest anti-pandemic directions for swimming pools, places of public entertainment and catering business premises. Masks should be worn when visitors are out of the water. Reusable masks and sports masks are recommended. Those who prefer disposable masks should prepare backup masks and waterproof bags for storage. Masks and waterproof bags are available for purchase at Water World.

Water World also has the following tips for visitors to make the most of their trips:

  • Lockers: Rental is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors can book our locker service online in advance or rent it on-site at the ticketing counter or locker room.

  • Clothing: Rash guard or tight-fitted clothing can be worn on top of swimwear. Wear clothing with no hard objects such as rivets, zippers or metal buckle at the back to ensure safety. Visitors are recommended to wear shoes for water sports, strapped water sandals or flip-flops. Visitors may be asked to take them off or hold them in their hands to enjoy some water slides and other water facilities.

  • Personal belongings: Visitors are recommended to bring a small waterproof pouch to hold their mobile phones, credit cards or Octopus cards when enjoying water facilities. Visitors can use GoPro or sports cameras of similar style, which must be tightly secured to the body, while handles or selfie poles are strictly restricted on water slides.

  • Floatation devices: Lifejackets certified by internationally recognised entities are allowed, and are also provided for visitors’ complimentary use. Other own inflatable equipment or surf boards are not allowed. Meanwhile, approved water guns are available for purchase.

  • Food and beverages: There are food courts, snack kiosks and self-service vending machines at the venue that offer a variety of food and beverages for selection.