Ocean Park

Amusement park in China

Ocean Park
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China
Status Operating
Opened 10 January 1977
Website https://www.oceanpark.com.hk/
A partial overview of Ocean Park

Ocean Park Hong Kong is a theme park located in Hong Kong, China. It has four roller coasters and has an ocean theme. It is one of two operational theme parks in Hong Kong with roller coasters, with the other being Hong Kong Disneyland.

The park is split into two areas, The Waterfront and The Summit, which are split by a large mountain. The Summit is accessible via the cablecars or the Ocean Express funicular railway.


Ocean Park was established on 10 January 1977 through the joint funding of the Royal Jockey Club Hong Kong and the Government. Initially, the park served as a wildlife display featuring only three major animal facilities: Atoll Reef, Ocean Theatre, and Tide Cove.

In 1982, the second phase of the development project began to expand the park's facilities to attract more visitors. The project was completed in April 1984, introducing six rides in the highland portion of the park. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, various rides were added to the park. Major rides include the Ocean Park Tower in 1992, Wild West Mine Train in 2000, and The Abyss in 2001.

In 2005, the park commenced a HKD 5.5 billion expansion project. After completion in 2012, three new areas with seven new rides were made available to the public.

The Park was severely impacted by the government's COVID restrictions during 2020 and 2021, leading to a drastic decline in visitor numbers and income. As a result of the economic difficulties faced by the Park, some iconic rides were closed in 2021.


Ocean Park has its own station on Hong Kong's MTR network. It is situated on the South Island line which opened in 2016.

Roller coasters


Class Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Powered Arctic Blast Mack Rides Sit-Down July 12, 2012 Operating
Roller Dragon Arrow Dynamics Sit-Down 1984 Standing but not operating
Roller Hair Raiser Bolliger & Mabillard Floorless December 9, 2011 Operating
Roller Wild West Mine Train Zamperla Sit-Down
Mine Train
1999 Standing but not operating



Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Balloons Up-Up-And-Away Zamperla Junior Ferris Wheel July 16, 1993
Bumper Blaster I.E. Park Dodgems December 9, 2011
Cable Car Unknown Ropeway January 10, 1977
Crazy Galleon HUSS Pirate Ship April 14, 1984
Ferris Wheel Chance Rides Ferris Wheel December 1994
Flying Swing Zierer Waveswinger February 1997
Merry-Go-Round Chance Rides Gallopers February 1991
Ocean Park Tower Intamin Observation Tower July 3, 1992
Rev Booster SBF Visa Group Superbob/Musik Express December 9, 2011
Sea Life Carousel Wood Design Amusement Rides Gallopers July 1, 2010
The Flash Mondial Ultra Max November 24, 2010
The Rapids Intamin River Rapids June 14, 2011
Toto the Loco Mack Rides Track Ride December 2, 1995
Whirly Bird Chance Rides Aviator December 9, 2011
Wild Twister Mondial Top Scan December 20, 2019


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Abyss S&S Worldwide Drop Tower x2 July 21, 2001 September 1, 2021 Standing but not operating
Clown-A-Round Zamperla Junior Jets July 16, 1993 December 12, 2018 Scrapped
Eagle HUSS Condor December 1994 March 18, 2019 Scrapped
Frog Hopper S&S Worldwide Junior Drop Tower 2001 February 7, 2020 Scrapped
Octopus HUSS Troika April 14, 1984 2000 Relocated to Loudoun Castle
Raging River Arrow Dynamics Log Flume April 14, 1984 September 1, 2021 Standing but not operating
Space Wheel HUSS Enterprise April 14, 1984 Spring 2015 Scrapped
Spider HUSS Ramba Zamba/Swingaround April 14, 1984 1996 Scrapped