Water World
Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong

Land-Sea Guided Tour

25.11.2023 - 06.01.2024

Join us on this immersive Land and Sea Tour as we celebrate and safeguard the captivating fishing legacy of Aberdeen, ensuring their preservation for future generations! In partnership with The Fisher, we invite you to join us on a captivating journey guided by seasoned local fisherfolk.  

Prepare to be enthralled as we navigate Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, immersing ourselves in the vibrant culture and rich history that have shaped this remarkable community. The Fisher's knowledgeable narrators will regale you with fascinating anecdotes and insights into the lives of the local fishermen, offering a deeper understanding of their traditions. Venturing beyond the waters, we'll stroll along Ap Lei Chau Main Street, gaining a glimpse into the lives of the fishermen both onshore and offshore. Witness the evolution of the South District and discover how these resilient individuals navigate the tides of change. 

To deepen your appreciation for marine conservation and cultural preservation, we'll conclude the tour with a guided visit to Pacific Pier at Ocean Park. Here, you'll expand your knowledge of marine culture and gain a greater understanding of the significance of preserving our oceans. But the adventure doesn't end there. As you soak in the experiences of the day, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the park's serene ambience.

    Programme Content

    • Visit Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter and Ap Lei Chau by Kaito
    • Listen to stories in fisheries told by local fisherfolk
    • Follow the fishermen's footstep in their old days
    • Snap photo against scenic backdrop
    • Explore more conservation topics at Pacific Pier
    • Enjoy Ocean Park's facilities after the tour


    • Visit Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, and learn about Hong Kong's fisheries through guided tours by Kaito​
    • Local fishery culture and traditional customs narration to cultivate values ​​of respect and build a diverse community concept
    • Tour around Ap Lei Chau Main Street and listen to the daily life of fisherfolk on the shore​
    • Boat ride to Ocean Park Tai Shue Wan Pier and visit exhibit at Ocean Park​
    • Learn about sustainable fishing methods and how we, as consumers, can protect the ocean with our choices​
    • Find out how marine debris, especially plastic, threatens animals' habitats and our everyday lives
    • Enjoy free time at Ocean Park after the tour
    Date 25 Nov 2023 
    2, 9, 16, 23 Dec 2023 
    6 Jan 2024
    Participant age
    • The programme is suitable for participants aged 6 - 75. Participants under 6 years old are not recommended.
    • However, participants who are under 18 years old must be accompanied by a paying parent / guardian.
    • An eligible paying parent / guardian can accompany a maximum of ONE eligible paying participant aged 6 - 11 or TWO eligible paying participants aged 12 - 17.
    Itinerary Hung Shing Temple at Ap Lei Chau - Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter - Ap Lei Chau Main Street - Ocean Park Tai Shue Wan Pier - Ocean Park's Pacific Pier - Free Time 

    Remark: Itinerary may change depending on weather and sea conditions. Priority is always given to the safety of the participants.
    Duration 3 hours
    Time & Gathering 09:30am - 12:30pm (Gathering at 09:15am) 
    Gathering and Dismissal location Gathering location: Hung Shing Temple at Ap Lei Chau
    Dismissal location: Inside Ocean Park. Participants can enjoy free time at Ocean Park after the tour.

    ​​​Please arrive at the gathering point punctually. Late-comers might not be admitted to the programme.
    Capacity 21 pax (per session)
    (A minimum of 9 people is required for each session. If this minimum cannot be met, the programme will be cancelled.)
    Language Cantonese 
    • For safety reasons, the organiser recommends that participants wear standard life jackets or buoyancy aids during the activity. 
    • Participants suffering from any infectious disease specified in the First Schedule to the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap 599 of the laws of Hong Kong) will not be allowed to take part in this programme.  
    • Participants suffering from any disease within a previous 24-hour time frame (including, but not limited to fever, cough, cold/flu, nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, rash, skin disease, heart disease, lung disease, haemophilia, epilepsy, fainting/dizziness/loss of consciousness when in close contact with animals, phobia of water or animals, allergy to fish or depressed immune mechanisms) are not recommended to participate in this programme.   
    • Part of the programme will take place on the boat. Participants who are prone to sea sickness or quick to feel unwell are advised to prepare their own medication.​
    • Participants must make sure the information provided are accurate.
    • If the number of applicants is insufficient (5 days before the event date), or the programme need to be cancelled, delayed or refunded due to adverse weather, the organiser will contact participants by phone call, email or message. 
    • The organiser will take photos or videos during the programme for any publicity or promotional purposes. Other participants joining the programme will also have access to these items.
    • Tai Shue Wan Pier may be closed if Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 1 or above is issued by the Hong Kong Observatory three days prior to the programme. In case of such, the programme will be cancelled. The organiser will contact the affected participants for the refund or reschedule arrangement.

    Programme fee and enrolment

    Programme fee per person* HK$ 480 - Adult (12 year old or above)
    HK$ 450 - Child (6 - 11 years old)
    HK$ 1,250 - Family# (2 adults and 1 child aged 6 - 11)
    *The Programme Fee includes one complimentary daytime admission ticket on the programme date, which cannot be used in conjunction with other ticket offers. Before enrolment, please read the "Terms and Conditions".

    #Family discount is subject to the condition of participant age. Participants aged under 18 must be accompanied by an eligible paying parent/guardian.​

    Notes on Registration

    • All applications will be on a first-come, first-served basis. 
    • Enrolment deadline: 5 calendar days before the commencement of each programme. 
    • Participants will receive a confirmation letter via email once enrolment and payment is confirmed. Please pay attention to the spam or junk mailboxes of your email account. 
    • The selected programme date, time, participant's name, and email address cannot be changed or rescheduled. All payments made are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Please make sure the programme dates fit in the participant's schedule before enrolment. 
    • Participant absence due to any circumstances is considered as a "no show", no rescheduling or other arrangements will be provided. Please be punctual, late-comers will not be entertained. 
    • Participants who are under 18 years old must be accompanied by a paying parent / guardian. 
    • As space is limited on boat, baby strollers, toddler car seats or high chairs are not recommended to bring along. If there's any special requirement, please raise during registration.​
    • If the activity needs to be cancelled due to adverse weather or other special circumstances (e.g. vessel or venue maintenance), the programme staff will notify the affected participants about the arrangements (please refer to the Section IV of "Terms and Conditions"); no rescheduling or refund requests will be accepted for other personal reasons. 


    The organiser reserves the right to change the above contents at any time without further notice.