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Children’s Hong Kong

Children’s Hong Kong

Hong Kong is essentially an international city providing safe and secure environment for children. Children growing up in Hong Kong will have lots of chance to learn about how to get along with people from different nationalities and will soon explore how interesting the universal world is with the multiple cultures around them outside their home country.

Leisure facilities for children have greatly developed over the past decades. Multiple sports complexes and swimming pools have been enormously expanded by municipal government throughout the residential area in HK ; Leisure park and outdoor area, adventure playgrounds with e equipments were created as well as schools and youth centre offer all kinds of sporting and non-sporting activities.

Ocean Park

Ocean Park complex consists of a marineland, amusement park and the Middle Kingdom, a walk-through museum tracing China’s history through all 13 dynasties. It has became one of the largest aquariums and theme parks in South-East Asia.

The park has six main areas. Marineland, reached by cable car, consists of a wave cove where you can watch seals and sea lions from above or below the waterline; the Atoll Reef, filled with over 5,000 fish, with viewing on four underwater levels; a walk-through shark aquarium and Ocean Theater where a killer whale and several dolphins perform (the world’s first dolphins bred by artificial insemination are at Ocean Park), as does the American Eagles professional diving team. There is also a huge walk- through aviary with beautiful parrots, flamingos and hundreds of other species in well-landscaped surrounds. The newest attraction is the Dinosaur Discovery Trail, featuring 17 life-like dinosaurs and two animated story-teller characters. Also in the Lowland Gardens are a Butterfly House, Giant Panda Habitat and a Goldfish Pagoda, these latter of special significance in Chinese feng shui matters. Open until 7 pm.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland comprise Main Street USA, Fantasyland , Adventureland and Tomorrowland. Adventureland features the Jungle River Cruise where intrigue, and jungle humor await at every bend. Explore Tarzan’s Treehouse to conduct scientific experiments and learn the story of this human child raised by gorillas. Live performance is by the Disney’s animated classic-The Lion King being featured in a colorful pageant of music and dance.

Fantasyland is where children’s storybook dreams come true. They get to meet Disney characters and visit the fable castle that is home to ‘Sleeping Beauty’, ride on Dumbo, the Flying Elephant, and on the Mad Hatter Tea Cups. The steam-style locomotive can be ridden to take visitors around Hong Kong Disneyland.

Tomorrowland is a place of space adventures for all ages. Launch into the inky blackness of the nether reaches of space, in the Space Mountain. Visitors can pilot their own rocket jet at Orbitron.

Mickey’s Summer Blast kicked off this year with ‘Get Wet, Get Wild and Get Animated’ theme. ‘Get Wet!’ is a splashy parade with Mickey’s WaterWorks parade, created exclusively for Hong Kong Disneyland to keep guests wet and cool all summer long.

‘Get Wild’, features Captain Sparrow in support of Mickey’s Summer blast, who ordered his mischievous pirates to wash the planks of Pirateland and guests will get wet as well as go wild.

Animation Academy is the newest interactive experience at Hong Kong Disneyland. Guests can pick up a pencil and learn how to draw their favorite Disney characters from talented Disney artists and ‘Get Animated’ by dancing with Stitch’s Summer Blast Dance Party.

Getting there, Disneyland is located in Lantau Island, and is accessible via an array of convenient transport options. Just make your way to the Disneyland Resort Public Transport Interchange beneath Hong Kong MTR station and maps are available from there.

By Disneyland Resort Line
Travel on the MTR Tung Chung line to Sunny Bay Station, then onwards to the Disneyland resort Station-only 10 minutes from the airport, 21 minutes from Kowloon station and 24 minutes from Hong Kong station.

By Road
Guests can make their way to the Disneyland Public Transport Interchange by car, taxi, public bus, or coach. Day-rates are available for parking.