Ocean Park Halloween for kids and adults

Ocean Park Halloween 2015

It’s time for the once a year Ocean Park Halloween Fest! Ocean Park is not only one of the two largest theme parks in Hong Kong, it also holds the largest Halloween event in Asia. This year, Halloween Ocean Park steps into its15th anniversary and the scale of it is the biggest ever! There are hundreds of costumed characters, 8 haunted houses and 10 Halloween shows for you to explore.

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Halloween Ocean Park

There are two zones, Extreme Scream and Spooky Surprises. If you are thrill seekers, then I recommend you to enjoy yourselves at Extreme Scream. If you go together with your kids or you just want to have a joyful Halloween, Spooky Surprises is the right place for you.

Spooky Surprises

Doraemon@The Halloween Movies Studio – watch the visual effects of magical props and don’t miss the opportunity to take spooky fun photos with Doraemon and friends.

Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trail – features the longest outdoor walk-through trick or treat experience in Hong Kong. Frankenstein, vampires and mummies are waiting for you there.

Toxic Challenge – the 40-metre inflatable obstacle course includes attacks from toxic monsters and crazy spinning wheels. Challenge yourself here!

Lolita Mansionexplore the mysteries of this old mansion and take photos with cute girls.

Tips: Toxic Challenge and Lolita Mansion are suitable for family and children at daytime. However, they turn into creepy haunted houses after 5:30pm, all the spooky stuff and scary characters appear. So, if you or your kids are prone to be scared easily, stay away from them when it gets dark!

Extreme Scream

There are 6 horrible attractions of which the H15 and the Walking Dead are the most popular. Have fun!

H15 – chance to experience your own funeral in Hong Kong style?!

The Walking Dead: Survival – based on the FOX Channel’s famous TV series, The Walking Dead. You want to escape from the attack of both the living and the undead, or become their next meal?

15 Years of Horror – review popular scares from the past 15 years, for instance, ancient tombs, crumbling Chinese theatres, abandoned amusement parks and more…

Puppet Master’s Deadly Workshop – unveil the secret of the puppet master and those horrible puppets.

Mutant Escape – the daytime inflatable obstacle trail, Toxic Challenge, filled with hunting mutants and poisonous fog at night.

Bloodborne Mansion – the daytime Lolita Mansion disappears and turns into hidden dungeons at night.

Dare not to try them? No worries, someone has already tried and tested them for you, click here for detailed review.

Ocean Park Hong Kong Halloween for both thrill seekers and kids

The Halloween Alive Shows are comedic and jaw-dropping. There are two types of them, Freaky Show and Fun-filled Show.

Freaky Shows include: My Bloody Romance, Mystic Burlesque, Paper Doll Punch, Hellympics – watch ghosts and devils competing to get a One Day Pass to the human world!

Fun-filled Shows are: Dr. Alien’s Freaky Lab, Kids’ Halloween Catwalk, Step Up, Kitties & Cuties – witches and magical cats interact and dance together.

Check out the details of the Halloween shows.

Special Halloween dishes and souvenirs

Other than haunted houses and shows, another spotlight would be the special Halloween Fest Dishes and Halloween souvenirs. On Halloween Fest event days, the CafĂ© Ocean changes into the “Hungry Ghost Mansion” to serve interesting cuisine. You can also try the lovely Doraemon Halloween menus and buy some Halloween x “The Walking Dead” souvenirs.

Click here for photos of the Halloween food and souvenirs.

Tickets & Opening Hours: http://halloween.oceanpark.com.hk/html/ticket.html?lang=en#ticket

Official websites: http://halloween.oceanpark.com.hk/html/index.html?lang=en

What’s your favourite attractions? Share your Ocean Park Halloween experience with us!

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