Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Day3 - Ocean Park

After a brief tour around the island in the morning, we headed to take the bus to go to Ocean Park.
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Public transportation in Hong Kong is just so good; really convenient to get anywhere!!:)

Nice view when we arrived at Ocean park; this is the view before we went in.
The cloudy weather provided lots of chilly winds and strong breeze!
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Entrance to Ocean Park!
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Admission ticket charges
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Souvenir shop near the Entrance
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Flamingoes in the pond
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Cute little panda lamp posts and flower pots
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Welcome to the Panda House
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One of the world's longest escalator
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It was really high up and steep!!
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Nice scenery from the top
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Pacific Pier
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Where we get to watch the famous dolphin and seal performance
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I find them rather passive compared to Sentosa Island's show:p
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World of Sharks
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Underwater World
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Amusement Park
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Interesting dessert we found in Ocean park
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Available in 2 different flavours
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For your information, there's 2 parks in Ocean Park; and they are separated by the hill. To get to the other side which is the theme park, you will need to catch a ride on the cable car.
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This must be the busiest cable car operation I have seen so far; they are all travelling back and forth simultaneously and the machinery is just clockwork!
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There's so many that it looks like various colourful balls in the air!
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Reaching the Theme Park
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Hot Air Balloon
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Image portraits or fondly known as caricatures
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Mr BIG Shark!!
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We went to the Panda House; this time to see live pandas (3 imported from China - An An, Le Le and Jia Jia)
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So adorable!
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There's even circuit camera for this pair!
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Lots of Panda memorablia in the Souvenir Shop
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I don't know whether I was too tired or worn out, somehow, shopping didn't entice me at all, I barely bought anything from Ocean Park!

With Panda (mock one)
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With Stilt Man!
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Sea Lion Performance
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Kids Amusement Park
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Birds' Live performance
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Rather disappointing since it was rainy weather and all the birds were acting up; giving the trainers a hard and humiliating time as they will not appear when summoned.
It is not anyone's fault; it's raining and birds fear getting wet; it's uncomfortable for them anyway:(

It was evening when we decided that was the end of our tour in Ocean park; bidding farewell
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Tata to the famous Hong Kong's Ocean Park I have seen so much of in TVB dramas since I was a little girl!:D
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