If you’re visiting with family or just looking for a fun day out in Hong Kong, theme parks are the tried-and-tested way to have a great outing. While Hong Kong is a tiny place, there are a number of different amusement parks and attractions to suit everyone’s fancy! Whether you love your Disney princesses or are looking for a thrill ride or even to make a big splash in a wavy swimming pool during hot days, there will be something in Hong Kong for you. So check out this list of our favourite theme parks and themed attractions in Hong Kong and let the fun begin.

Hong Kong Disneyland

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Hong Kong Disneyland has the world’s only Frozen-themed zone (© Hong Kong Disneyland)

Perhaps the most famous theme park in the world, Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth, and Hong Kong boasts our very own Disneyland! With different zones representing the many characters and stories across Disney, Pixar and Marvel, you can admire the Castle of Magical Dreams in Fantasyland, take the Jungle River Cruise in Adventureland, get your thrill on at Space Mountain in Tomorrowland or get some facetime with Elsa and Anna at the world’s only Frozen-themed zone, as well as the famous parade and fireworks from Main Street — all within one family-friendly location!

Need the scoop on the best way to spend your day at Disney? Read our guide to Hong Kong Disneyland.

Address: Lantau Island
How To Get There: Hop on the Disneyland Resort Line at the Sunny Bay MTR station or take a bus.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3550 3388
Tickets: From HK$ 590 on Klook

Ocean Park

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Hong Kong’s first amusement park is renowned for the breattaking views you get from its cable cars (© Ocean Park Hong Kong)

Hong Kong’s first amusement park opened in 1977, covers a 870,000sqm space, and has over 50 attractions. Ocean Park has not only rides and games, but also animal life for both adults and children to enjoy. Their thrill rides like the Abyss, the Hair Raiser and Mine Train will surely get your adrenaline pumping. And for animal lovers, there are a number of attractions including the Giant Panda Adventure, the North Pole Encounter, and the famous sea mammal show at Ocean Theatre —  a great chance to experience animals up close and personal.

Address: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
How To Get There: Get off the Ocean Park MTR Station (Exit B) on the South Island MTR Line or take a bus.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3923 2323
Tickets: From HK$ 388 on Klook

Water World

park visitors on rainbow rush slide at water world

Ocean Park also has the city’s first all-weather waterpark, Water World, which has 27 attractions, including Horizon Cove where you can learn how to surf in controlled indoor conditions, a 1,450-square-metre wave pool with realistic wave patterns, the Adventure Coast outdoor pool, and competitive mat sliding on the Rainbow Rush slides. Water World has a separate entrance compared to Ocean Park. It also features various slides, including slides with straight free-fall drop that will challenge your fear. Additionally, the park offers various eateries and a water play area for toddlers.

Address: 33 Ocean Drive, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
How To Get There: Get off the Ocean Park MTR Station (Exit B) and take the free shuttle bus or take a bus.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3923 2323
Tickets: From HK$ 168 on Klook

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre

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Make your own LEGO creations or explore the soft play area (©LEGOLAND Discovery Centre)

If it’s blistering hot outside, but you’re still looking for something fun to do with your kids, head over to Legoland in K11 Musea Mall! Specifically designed for children aged 3-10 years, this interactive playhouse will spark their creativity and bring great joy in creation. With 10 LEGO®-themed play areas such as Kingdom Quest, Duplo Farm and Merlin’s Apprentice Ride, your child will have a blast exploring the theme park! They also have a miniature LEGO® replica of Hong Kong’s most loved buildings and landmarks built from over 1.5 million LEGO® bricks!

Address: Shop B131-133 B1, K11 MUSEA Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
How To Get There: Enter K11 Musea via Tsim Sha Tsui East (Exit J) or take a bus
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | + 852 2143 7300
Tickets: From HK$ 235 on Klook

Monopoly Dreams

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Explore an attraction dedicated to one of the world’s most popular board games (© Monopoly Dreams)

The first Monopoly-themed attraction in the world, Monopoly Dreams is located in the most expensive title deed and “king of property” in the Monopoly Hong Kong Edition — the Peak. If you’ve ever wondered about Mr. Monopoly’s life, this is an interactive experience and a chance to explore his secret residence while also taking in the classic cards and deeds such as Bank, Water Works, Electric Company, Train Station, Title Deeds and Chance card!

Address: Shop 301, Level 3, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak
How To Get There: Take the Peak Tram or Bus No. 15 from Central Pier 5 or Exchange Square
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3905 4511
Tickets: From HK$ 208 on Klook

Noah’s Ark Hong Kong

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This unique attraction has 67 pairs of life-size animal sculptures (© Noah’s Ark)

The world’s first full-scale replica of Noah’s Ark is right here in Hong Kong! Located right next to Ma Wan Tung Beach and set against Tsing Ma Bridge, the boat has fun and educational activities along with special exhibitions that are perfect for a family day out. In the Ark Garden, a beautiful green landscape, you can hunt for the 67 pairs of life-size animal sculptures. For a rope course for adults and children alike, including a special zipline adventure, head over to Adventureland. And finally, venture through the treasure house to experience 15 discovery galleries on life, culture, science, history, music, and much more!

Address: 33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan
How To Get There: Take the Park Island ferry from Pier No. 2 at Central, or take the Tung Chung MTR Line to Tsing Yi Station (Exit C) and take a bus from the terminal.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3411 8888
Tickets: From HK$ 119 on Klook

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

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Pia Wurtzbach and her wax replica (© Madame Tussauds Hong Kong)

Walk the red carpet and take photos with the world’s biggest celebrities and personalities, all in Hong Kong! The famous wax statues, first established in London, are so realistic you are sure to fool some people. From Hong Kong Glamour to Fashion Zone to Historical and National heroes, you will find the who’s who of the world here. For a fun interactive experience, check out Lady Gaga and G.E.M. In the Art Gallery you will find Yayoi Kusama, seated wearing a yellow dress with black polka dots, for a truly avant-garde experience.

Address: Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No, 128 Peak Road, The Peak
How To Get There: Take the Peak Tram or Bus No. 15 from Central Pier 5 or Exchange Square
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 2849 6966
Tickets: From HK$ 230 on Klook

Snoopy’s World

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Snoopy’s World is a free-to-enter themed attraction in Sha Tin (©Wpcpey via WikiCommons)

Snoopy’s World opened in 2000, and has since shared the world of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts with children and adults in Hong Kong. The attraction based on Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strip features six small amusement zones, and lots and lots of photo opportunities with all of your favourite characters. There is a small ride, the Boating Canal: Canoe Ride and an area for kids to run around and play while parents rest. Best part? This park is free of cost!

Address: New Town Plaza Phase I, Sha Tin Centre Street
How To Get There: Take the East Rail Line and get off at Shatin Station (Exit A) to enter New Town Plaza, or take a bus.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 2609 3638
Tickets: On-site

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CupNoodles Museum Hong Kong

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Find out how cup noodles were invented and design your very own cup (©CupNoodles Museum Hong Kong)

If you’re a ramen maniac, you don’t need to book a trip to Japan to visit the ones in Osaka or Yorkohama. Just head to Tsim Sha Tsui and explore three exhibition zones that give visitors insights into what inspired Cup Noodles creator Momofuku Ando. Learn how ramen has changed over time and take part in hands-on workshops for a complete experience. You even get to design your own cup of noodles to take home!

Address: Shop 26-35, 2/F, China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
How To Get There: Walk from Austin MTR Station (Exit E) or Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station (Exit A1) or head there by bus.
Contact: Website | +852 3406 6600
Tickets: From HK$60.

The Art of Chocolate Hong Kong

You won’t believe what you can do with chocolate (© The Art of Chocolate Hong Kong)

The biggest attractions at Ngong Ping Village are the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery. But if you want to indulge your sweet tooth and your inner shutter bug, head to this dream world where you’ll see chocolate replicas of Hong Kong staples like a wet market, a marking game, an afternoon tearoom, and a Chinese restaurant. Roll up your sleeves and sign up for a DIY chocolate workshop and sample 10 different types of raw chocolate.

Address: Shop 12, Ngong Ping Village, Ngong Ping, Lantau
How To Get There: Get to Ngong Ping Village on the cable car from Tung Chung, or take the No. 23 bus from Tung Chung, and walk to the museum.
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 6737 8928
Tickets: From HK$88 on Klook

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Born in New Delhi, brought up in Hong Kong, and having lived in New York, city life is in Kopal's blood. You can find her exploring her beloved city. Whether it's the latest sustainable fashion store, or the cutest new coffee shop, she loves finding the hidden secrets of Hong Kong. In her free time, Kopal is a active advocate for animal welfare and adoption, and she runs a Facebook and Instagram page, @adoptdontshop.hk.

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