Hong Kong theme park Ocean Park has unveiled a comprehensive blueprint for the future that aims to create an adventure-themed resort destination with a focus on nature, conservation and edutainment. The HK$10.6 billion (US$1.3 billion) plan, which envisages Ocean Park ending its animal shows, calls for a redevelopment of the attraction into new experiential zones with adventure as the overarching theme linked to the introduction of  an array of new attractions and hi-technology thrill rides, including amazing a number of self-paced, interactive rides. The new design will also showcase the beauty of Ocean Park’s natural setting on the southern coastline in an entirely different light, encourage immersive interplay between the visitor and the environment, as well as inspire a deeper love for nature. Launching the plan this week, Ocean Park Chairman, Leo Kung stated “our globally recognised conservation and education focus makes Ocean Park much more than an amusement park. “This strategic repositioning plan will build on our legacy as a park that blends entertainment with education and conservation. “It aims to offer guests of every age new adventure and discovery experiences like ...