Ocean Park is looking to reinvent itself as a leisure and retail destination focused on education and conservation under a HK$6.8 billion transformation. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ocean Park is looking to reinvent itself as a leisure and retail destination focused on education and conservation under a HK$6.8 billion transformation. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s Ocean Park posts HK$31.8 million deficit despite government bailouts as Covid-19 blights annual performance figures

  • Ocean Park plunges into the red for 2020-21 after recording HK$1.92 billion surplus in previous year
  • Revenues nearly halved, visitor numbers down 36 per cent as coronavirus crisis forced repeated closures of the Aberdeen attraction

Ocean Park is looking to reinvent itself as a leisure and retail destination focused on education and conservation under a HK$6.8 billion transformation. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ocean Park is looking to reinvent itself as a leisure and retail destination focused on education and conservation under a HK$6.8 billion transformation. Photo: Dickson Lee
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