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I know what you are thinking….. 2010???
wtf rite!!! Hahahahaahaaaaa~~~~
There are even new attraction and show opened now.
Honestly, I dont really remember much of the details and not even sure if the bus station is still there or if the bus number is still same but I just thought it’s good to finish what I’ve started. It’s sweet memories anyway. So just enjoy this photo laden post kay.. 😉
To get there: Take Island Line (blue) and alight at Admiralty station Exit B . Look for bus ticketing counter or City Bus Route 629 (HKD10.6 per ticket) to get to Ocean Park. Bus journey less than 30min. Opening hours: 930am to 8pm. For more info, visit their website
Was greeted by this huge air balloon once we entered the park. Ohai there…. Welcome!!! 😀
SkyFair at the Waterfront
Ocean Park is divided into 2 area – the Summit and the Waterfront, connected by either the cable car or express train.
The area near the entrance is the Waterfront.
We decided to explore the Summit first so we head to the cable car and later took the express train back to the Waterfront just so we could enjoy both ride 😉
The view from the cable car… Awww~~ so nice!!
That’s the summit
Pacific Pier at the summit, habitat of seals and sea lions
Our light meal and lunch at the park
The very first thing you need in the park is to get the map and the show schedule so that you can plan the route and catch every show available 🙂 We were just in time for the feeding session when we reached the Pacific Pier…
The many faces of the seals and sea lions
Took a ride on the Ocean Park Tower to have a glimpse of the whole park. There are also few adventures rides available in the park but I think I’m too tired or too hungry to take pic :p
Went to Atoll Reef and Chinese Sturgeon Aquarium for some underwater life
Can’t remember which one came first but we got in time to get a good seat for the dolphin and sea lion show 😀
Keep you entertain while waiting
and here there are…. Soooo adorable~~
Mr. sealion says goodbye and come back again 😀
After we are done with the show, it was almost 4pm so we headed down back to the Waterfront to visit the cutie panda
Yo!! wat u looking at??
Oh… nom nom nom!!!
The many faces of the adorable panda
and the many faces of the cute red panda
We missed quite a lot of things due to yeahhh.. me wake up late again :p but we didn’t know the park close at 6pm at that time. (now close at 8pm) So we didn’t really explore much at the Waterfront. When it’s time to leave the park, we headed to the bus terminal and goshhh~~ it was such a long queue. So if you wanna skip the queue, leave a tad earlier before the closing time 😉
We were famished by then so once we reached Causeway Bay, we went straight to the famous Under Bridge Spicy Crab restaurant for the famous Typhoon Shelter Crab.
It took us sometimes to find this restaurant and luckily, there wasn’t any queue so we were seated right away
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you
the expensive crab
the Typhoon Shelter Crab
nah, here’s the crab :p
Seriously, this is by far the most expensive crab I’ve ever had. HKD300 for a crab covered in fried garlic and chili… Plus point is the crab is indeed big and most important, it is really fresh. Taste wise, it was packed with flavor and really mouth watering. The fragrant from the fried garlic and chili really enticed our taste bud. There are few level of spiciness from mild to super hot.. I think we chose mild or little hot coz the Mr. cant take too spicy :p
Since we were so hungry, we figured out a crab alone would not be sufficient so we ordered seafood fried rice and sweet and sour pork to stuff our belly. But it was just of mediocre and the fried rice portion is so big we hardly finish it…
Total bill came to almost HKD450 if I remember correctly and this is the most expensive meal during the entire trip 😮
Address: 1-2, G/F, Chinaweal Centre, 414-424, Jaffle Road, Wan Chai
To get there: Take Island Line (blue) and alight at Causeway Bay station Exit C. ( Can’t really remember the exact route but walk towards overhead bridge and look for signboard road 414-424)
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