Ocean Park to launch new interactive technology adventure”Explorer R” experience hub tomorrow

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29th June 2021 – (Hong Kong) Ocean Park’s new interactive technology adventure“Explorer R” experience hub will officially open tomorrow (30th), combining technology and conservation elements, and there will be a series of parent-child workshops to stimulate children’s imagination through experiential learning. The park also announced the launch of the new  SumFUN Entry Pass limited to Hong Kong residents. Adults can enjoy unlimited access to the park for 3 months at HK$ 760 and children at HK$ 415. Become a SumFUN Entry Pass holder now and you’ll be able to enter the park on any day between 21st June and 30th September 2021 and enjoy yourselves – no days are excluded and there is no limit to the number of admissions. Discount will be applied upon purchases of 3 or more SumFUN Entry Passes at a time OR presenting your own old Unlimited Entry Pass.

“Explorer R” is the key project of the Ocean Park this summer, with a construction cost of HK$30 million. The new building is two-storey high, about 400 square metres equipped with a number of new technologies, including 3D scanning, 3D virtual projection, etc., allowing children to participate in interactive games that combine virtual, interesting elements and build unique AI super animals through experiential learning.

Children will understanding nature and conservation more and the game will stimulate imagination and scientific thinking. There are about 20 sessions per day from Monday to Friday, and about 23 sessions per day on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, each session lasts around 45 minutes. The target of this activity is children aged from 3 to 9 years old, and the quota is for 6 to 10 children and their accompanying adults.

In addition to the admission ticket, an adult and a child must pay an additional HK$120 to enter the experience hub. In addition, “Explorer R” also has different parent-child interactive workshops for participation. Through interesting games, children can learn about local biodiversity and observe how animals use protective colours as “invisibility” to avoid predators. The fee is HK$180 per person (including one child and one adult). For registration details, please refer to the Ocean Park official website.


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