Every year Halloween Hong Kong’s theme parks, some attractions and tourism board will arrange various events to party on this special season (see 2011 Hong Kong Halloween Celebration). Wanna look for some spooktacular extravaganza place to celebrate Halloween in Hong Kong this year? Then have a closer look at Ocean Park’s hauntingly hip Halloween Bash 2012 event.
For the first time ever, popular artist Wyman Wong teamed up with Ocean Park to present his exclusive “IN an EERIE Collection”. Halloween fans can experience 8 (!) new and never before seen shocking haunted attractions including the “5D Journey to the Underworld”, “Chinese Wedding of the Departed”, “Terror of the Tombs”, “Silver Screams”, “Eternal Darkness”, “Ghostly Legends of Hong Kong”, “Escape from Mystery Mountain” and “Magician’s Lair”.
In addition, 14 horrifying shows wait for the braves to be explored and experienced including “Rock Out Live 2012”, “Afterlife Fashion Extravaganza”, “The Ghost’s Got Talent”, “Doomsday Fever”, “Chinese Vampire Clubbing”, “666 Calling”, “Midnight MV”, “Vengeance Bites”, “The Eternal Flame”, “A Drink to Forever”, “Soul2soul”, “Museum of the Undying”, “The Red Room” and “Evil Assembly”.
And if this is not enough dead fashionable ghosts will due their “catwalk” throughout the Ocean Park and wait for the fearless to catch them and take memorable pictures with the “trendy ghosts”.
When will the 2012 Ocean Park Halloween Bash start?
You will have chance to join the 2012 Ocean Park Halloween Bash during 5:30pm till 12:00 midnight on every Friday to Sunday from 21st of September till 14th of October and every Thursday to Monday from 18th till 28th of October, plus of course the Halloween night (31st of October).
Namely the 21st-23rd, 28th-30th of September and the 1st, 5th-7th, 12th-14th, 18th-22th, 25th-28th and 31st of October are the dates for Halloween Celebration in Ocean Park.
Ticket Types and Price:
This year Ocean Park created a series of tickets with different prices depending which attractions you would like to experience and which day you are visiting the Ocean Park and the price varied from HK$ 140 up to HK$ 790. Below we provide you an overview of the different ticket types first.
Includes Park Admission after 5:30 and unlimited entry to all haunted house.
Halloween Bash Lite:
Includes night admission to enjoy Halloween shows and photo opportunities. Entry to Halloween haunted houses is NOT included.
Includes night ticket to the park and unlimited entry to all haunted attractions through a fast queue.
Privilege ticket Dinner Combo:
Includes night admission to the Park and unlimited entry to all haunted attractions through a fast queue PLUS Halloween Scary Dinner at one of the following restaurants Tuxedos Restaurant, Neptune Restaurant, Bayview Restaurant, Terrace Café, Café Ocean or Panda Café.
Monster Mash Party (minimum 2 persons):
Includes night admission to the Park, unlimited entry to all haunted attractions through a fast queue, a Halloween dinner with a glass of house wine or special drink at The Bayview Restaurant private room, an exclusive Halloween costume set and the chance to meet some of the scary ghoulish characters.
Tickets can be purchased at the entrance of the Ocean Park or at any of the 7-Eleven stores throughout Hong Kong.
Last but not least, “SmartFun” Annual pass holders can enjoy a special Halloween treat called SmartFun “Give a Treat” Special. SmartFun members have the chance to purchase 4 “Give a Treat” tickets at a special price for their friends. Tickets can only be purchased at the ticket office of Ocean Park’s entrance. Make sure to take your valid SmartFun Annual pass with you and accompany your friends into the park.
Insider Tips: Depending on whether you are student, SmartFun card holder, the date you decide to visit Ocean Park as well as the ticket type you would like to take, the price list of Halloween night event in Ocean Park is very complicated this year. We highly recommend you to check the price differences very carefully according to your needs.
(Note: The copyright of all the pictures in this article belongs to Hong Kong Ocean Park)