Situated on Ma Wan island overlooking the Rambler Channel near Tsing Ma Bridge, Noah's Ark is the world’s first full-size replica of the famous biblical vessel and a Hong Kong attraction for families traveling with young children. The centerpiece of the park is the full-scale replica ark, which houses a 180-degree cinema, a collection of smaller ark models, and an interactive children’s museum. Outside in the garden, guests walk among 67 pairs of life-sized animal sculptures that are popular for family photo ops.
While the ark itself is the unquestionable highlight, visitors can also watch the surface of the sun in real time through a vacuum telescope inside the Solar Tower, play interactive games at the Treasure House, or test their physical prowess in Noah’s Adventureland ropes course. A full-day admission ticket comes with entrance to exhibits, the solar tower, and 3D documentary. Or, see Noah’s Ark on a Hong Kong and Macau Attractions Pass, which includes other popular points of interest such as Ocean Park, Ngong Ping 360, or the Peak Tram.
Things to Know Before You Go
Noah’s Ark is a great option for families traveling with young children.
Choose a basic admission ticket or a multi-attraction pass.
Wi-Fi is available in select areas of the park.
Remember to bring sun protection for enjoying the outdoor areas of the park.
How to Get There
Noah's Ark ticket holders can get to the park via a free shuttle bus from the MOKO shopping complex in Mong Kok directly to the park’s entrance.
When to Get There
Noah’s Ark is open daily throughout the year, but the best weather for visiting is from October to December and April to May. In summer, expect hot, humid days with frequent rain. During Chinese national holidays, the park gets crowded with visitors from the Chinese mainland.
Other Attractions Nearby
To take advantage of Noah’s Ark’s location outside of downtown Hong Kong, plan a few other things to do in the area. The park is not far from Lantau Island, so outlet shopping and riding the Ngong Ping 360 cable car are nearby options. The island is also home to several beaches and hiking trails—perfect for those who need an outdoor escape from the high-rise jungle of Hong Kong.