HK residents can purchase Ocean Park ticket and child admission tickets with in-park E-cash vouchers at special price of HK$320 and $160 respectively


26th September 2020 – (Hong Kong) From 18th September to 31st December, 2020, Ocean Park launches the following exclusive offers to Hong Kong residents. Hong Kong residents can purchase adult admission ticket (free HK$100 in-park E-cash voucher) and child admission ticket (free HK$50 in-park E-cash voucher) at special price of HK$320 and $160 respectively. (Available at Ocean Park Ticketing Office and Ocean Park Website).

Starting from 18 September 2020, the system will release the next 14 days at 5.00pm on a daily basis for visitors to make online reservation. Upon successful registration, visitors will get instant confirmation with a reservation QR code on-screen, follow by an email notification. Visitors need to present the reservation QR code together with their tickets or SmartFun Annual Passes during entry.

From 18th September till 30th November 2020, when you purchase an Adult or Student Unlimited Entry Pass*, you can get complimentary in-Park cash e-coupons worth HK$100 (one (1) HK$50 food & beverage cash e-coupon and one (1) HK$50 retail cash e-coupon)! In addition, you can get one (1) HK$50 food & beverage cash e-coupon when you purchase a Child Unlimited Entry Pass*. Bring your family for unlimited fun and use these e-coupons to savour the tantalising treats available at the Park’s designated restaurants, food kiosks and mobile food carts, then shop for your favourite souvenirs!

Meanwhile, Hong Kong residents can enjoy Free Admission on birthdays. Simply present your Hong Kong identity documents or Hong Kong Birth Certificate to enjoy free day time admission on your birthday. Guests who have not redeemed the birthday offer during the Park’s temporary closure period (ie. 26th January – 12th June, 2020 and 14th July – 17th September 2020) can go to Ocean Park Ticketing Office to redeem a ticket for on-day admission, upon presentation of a valid Hong Kong Identity Document or Hong Kong Birth Certificate, on or before 31st December 2020 after the Park opens.