Ocean Park Hong Kong has unveiled a detailed blueprint that will leverage and emphasise the park’s unique topography, which enables guests to discover nature, conservation and edutainment.

The strategic repositioning plan calls for Ocean Park Hong Kong to be redeveloped into seven experimental zones, with adventure as the principle theme running through the different zones.

The park will be home to a series of new high-tech rides and attractions, including innovative interactive rides.

The beauty of Ocean Park’s natural environment on the southern coast will also be showcased to the maximum with the park’s overhaul, designed to encourage immersive interplay between guests and the park’s natural setting.

Ocean Park will be relying on the Hong Kong government to contribute to the financing of the proposed plan, which is forecast to cost HK$10.64bn.

The building of the new attractions and rides and to be launched in phases from 2023 to 2027.

Leo Kung, chairman of Ocean Park, commented: “Our globally recognised conservation and education focus makes Ocean Park much more than an amusement park.

“This strategic repositioning plan will build on our legacy as a Park that blends entertainment with education and conservation. It aims to offer guests of every age new adventure and discovery experiences like nowhere else, setting Ocean Park apart from the APAC region’s increasingly competitive theme park industry.”



The launch meeting of the highly awaited Kunming Sunac Land Project was held in Kunming in the capital of China’s southern Yunnan province.

During the meeting, Gong Hongbin, general manager of Kunming Sunac Theme Entertainment Management Co., Ltd., announced details about the park.

Kunming Sunac Land will feature two world-class indoor parks, the Sunac Snow Park and Ocean Park.

The 40,000 sq. mt. Ocean Park will provide entertainment for visitors of all ages, all year round. The attraction site will feature 78 aquariums, which will be home to thousands of rare ocean animals.

The 30,000 sq. mt. Snow Park will comprise of an ice culture exhibition, ice entertainment activities, snowboarding and other attractions to keep guests entertained. The Snow Park will also feature several ski slopes for skiers of all abilities.

A pedestrian street that stretches for 1.6km, known as Sunac Dianchi Houhai, will connect the themed areas of the park, meaning visitors can enjoy meandering round music bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment facilities at their leisure.

A cultural theme square showcasing Bai, Yi, Dai ethnics’ culture and a landscape of Yunnan is another key highlight of the park.

The site will also be home to a cinema, with a capacity of seating up to 1,100 guests.