Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong is hosting a two-month-long summer party from July 6-September 1. The Frenzy Summer Party Time has Olympics-inspired sports battles, as well as exhilarating rides and attractions, eye-catching photo spots, and surfing demonstrations. The park will also broadcast this year’s Olympic Games at Horizon Cove for sports enthusiasts to cheer their favourite teams.

Visitors to Water Park can compete in special sports like water volleyball, basketball, and tug of war at the park’s premier wave pools — Big Wave Bay and Horizon Cove. There will also be an array of water battle mini games set up around the venue, such as the water balloon, water bucket, and water downpour battles. Experienced surfers will also showcase a range of techniques and tricks to park ticket holders as part of the Tropical Surf Demonstrations.

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Visitors to Water World can participate in H20-themed games and activities.

If you want a bit of a break from all that activity, catch the line-up of entertaining performances at Horizon Cove. As part of the Tropical Water Dance Show, dancers will perform special moves with water guns to upbeat pop music, while performers with giant donut drums will showcase their rhythmic skills during the Tropical Water Drum Show. To elevate the festive atmosphere, the Tropical Wave Band Show will serenade guests with lively tropical tunes.

Don’t forget to capture the essence of your summer visit to Water World by taking pictures at the photo spots at the park. These include the tropical-themed paradise in the Reef Lobby, and the rainforest-inspired Botanical Dream for adventurers to capture the spirit of the tropical wild party and ride the waves of excitement.

For more details, visit the Water World website.

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Image credits: Water World Ocean Park

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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