Discover Hong Kong Summer Fun at Ocean Park, Disneyland and More!

Hong Kong has always been the family’s ultimate playground and is the destination of choice for vacations and celebrations. It’s because of the impressive variety of activities and beautiful places that’s packed in one city! That was where we went three years ago when peanutbutter came home from Dubai.

We explored Disneyland and one day wasn’t enough to see each and every attraction there. It was sad that we were only there for three days. Time was limited and we didn’t get to see all the places we wanted. I do hope you are going to Hong Kong this year, though because Asia’s World City will be rolling in new features, exhibits, and prizes worth up to ₱ 2.3B, thanks to Hong Kong Summer Fun which runs until August 31, 2015.

Everyone is sure to have a memorable time at Hong Kong Disneyland’s Frozen Village, which features the film’s beloved characters.

The little ones and those young at heart will be raring to visit world-class theme parks as Hong Kong Disneyland unveils the Frozen Village. Based on the 2013 blockbuster animation, delve into a winter wonderland and prepare to be enchanted by beloved characters from the film. Sing along to musical performances from Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and Kristoff, and get the chance to give Olaf a warm hug and hop on a thrilling toboggan sleigh ride.

LINE friends Brown, Cony, and Sally join the Ocean Park Summer Splash 2015 for aquatic adventures with moms, dads, and kids.

Meanwhile, characters from the popular messaging app LINE are heading over to Ocean Park Hong Kong for an exciting water party that’s sure to beat the heat. Dive headfirst into a disco foam party, waterfall swings, and water mazes and slides with LINE friends Brown, Cony, and Sally at the Ocean Park Summer Splash 2015 for some aquatic adventure for mom, dad, and the kids.

Popular Korean actor Kim Soohyun is one of the figures featured in the newly-opened K-Wave Zone at Madame Tussauds.

Get ready to ooh and aah over Hong Kong museums’ new exhibits, starting with Madame Tussauds’ anniversary installations. In celebration of its 15th year, the world-famous wax museum recently opened two new zones which will have families snapping selfies left and right. The K-Wave Zone brings together some of South Korea’s biggest stars like Kim Soohyun, Bae Yong Joon, TVXQ, 2PM’s Nichkhun, and Super Junior’s Choi Siwon. The Kung Fu Zone also kicks off with some of kung fu’s legendary icons, led by Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Michelle Yeoh and Donnie Yen.

Families can enjoy endless snap-worthy moments at the wildly popular Hong Kong Trick Eye Museum at The Peak Galleria Mall.

3D museums add another dimension of fun as Hong Kong reveals new 3D displays around the city. Anime fanatics are in for a treat as the One Piece crew invades the Hong Kong 3D Museum where the whole family can pose with their favorite characters from the series. Visitors of all ages can also spend the day exploring the awesome world of 3D at the wildly popular Trick Eye Museum at the Peak Galleria Mall, as well as at the Repulse Bay Visual Art Museum. After enjoying some sun, sand, and sea at the nearby Repulse Bay Beach, cap off the day with the Hong Kong Pulse 3D Light Show which offers audiences a new summer-themed spectacle.

Hong Kong’s malls join in the revelry with added attractions to look forward to. Harbour City is hosting the Where’s Wally Hong Kong Adventure until August 9, which celebrates globetrotter Wally’s first time in Asia. Times Square is also featuring Gundam Docks II from August 1 to 31, while robots rule at The ONE Mall with a seven-meter Mazinger Z for The ONE x Go Nagai Exhibition until August 31.

Aside from the exciting line-up of activities and exhibits, visitors will also receive a Welcome Gift upon arrival at the Hong Kong International Airport. They can also download e-Coupons from that unlock instant gourmet privileges, shopping discounts, and other unique offers. The Shop Eat Play VIP Card included in the Welcome Pack distributed at the pre-immigration hall of the Hong Kong International Airport also gives visitors exclusive offers and discounts from participating merchants. Finally, there’s also the chance to win a PHP 1.7 M-worth (HK$300,000) trip to Hong Kong in the Return To Hong Kong Like A Millionaire grand draw.

Truly, it’s the perfect season to go to Asia’s World City as Hong Kong’s most popular destinations deck out to give the whole family an unforgettable visit with Hong Kong Summer Fun.

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38 Responses

  1. The 3D museum sounds like a great place to get some really fantastic photos. Disneyland Hong Kong seems like it is a wonderful place to visit and spend a few days.

  2. That sounds like an amazing vacation! The Trick Eye Museum really looks cool, I never seen anything like that before. My sons would like the One Piece exhibit. My daughter would love going to another Disneyland. My husband would just love it all. Definitely sounds like we need to add Hong Kong to our bucket list!

  3. Oh wow! I didn’t even know that Hong Kong had a place like this! It sounds just like the U.S’s Disneyland or Disney World. I would love to go here one day with my kids!

  4. That picture in the boat is so funny. Looks like this was a lot of fun. And the Trick Eye museum looks really neat.

  5. Hongkong has always been a place of unending discoveries. Your photos captured what you’ve all had on your vacation 🙂

    Have more adventures in the future!


  6. If we only have the time and the budget, we will definitely visit HongKong soon! Love their attractions!

  7. I’m currently in Hong Kong and instead of the usual attractions, I went on to hit the trails. They have a really rich forested area in Hong Kong and they have it designed so it would be accessible to everybody.

  8. What an amazing experience! I see similiar sights to the DisneyLand in the US but there are some cool cultural differences as well! Hong Kong is on my travel wish list and if we ever make it, I’ll be sure to check this out!

  9. Beautiful pictures! I especially love the eye trick one – I want to try it! I’ve never been to Hong Kong but now I definitely have a reason!

  10. It does look like you had a nice time. Three days is good! I would love to go three days. 🙂

  11. OMGoodness…your daughter’s outfits in the pictures are too cute! I haven’t been to any Disney theme park yet, but they all look magical. I love all of the different features shown here.

  12. This indeed looks like an amazing time for the whole family. I would love to go to the Ocean Park Disneyland in Hong Kong. Hopefully some day I can have as awesome an experience like you. Thanks so much for sharing and I must say I have never seen so many Waldo’s in one place before. 😀

  13. I’ve always wanted to visit Hong Kong and now I want to even more! I love the eye-trick museum and being a Disney Bride, I would LOVE to visit Disneyland! You are so lucky!!

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