For the first time ever, you will be able to hike up Ocean Park underneath its cable car lines.
This October, the theme park is launching a Green Staycation campaign to encourage outdoor enthusiasts to explore its grounds from a different perspective.
As a part of the campaign, Ocean Park will introduce three outdoors and wellness-related activities for visitors to enjoy.
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They include a guided hiking tour on a section of Nam Long Shan trail that has never been opened to the public before. Located under the cable cars, the route offers stunning views overlooking nearby Southside beaches and islands.
Others can practice yoga and meditation across various locations at Ocean Park, including the aquarium, which is home to a collection of 5,000 fish from over 400 species.
To tap into the growing staycation market, the theme park is also opening a new campsite for families and friends to spend the night under the stars.
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As the coronavirus outbreak eases in Hong Kong, the government has suggested earlier this week the two Hong Kong theme parks – Ocean Park and Disneyland – may reopen as soon as next Friday.
Ocean Park will gradually roll out its Green Staycation activities starting from October. Stay tuned as to its website as it releases more details over the coming weeks.