To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), Hong Kong Disneyland invites every child born in 1997 to enjoy a whole year of complimentary visits to the Park!
How it works
Every child born in 1997 can get a complimentary Deluxe Annual Pass between 15 May and 1 July 2007 to enjoy the magical delights of Hong Kong Disneyland.
A Deluxe Annual Pass allows you to meet your favourite Disney characters, and enjoy all of the amazing attractions and Broadway-style shows of Hong Kong Disneyland on most weekdays and weekends, as well as exclusive offers on hotels, dining and more!
The complimentary Annual Pass will be valid for one year starting from its issue date.
Source : Hong Kong Disneyland
Special Offers to Children born in 1997
Hong Kong Theme Parks and Attractions
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR, the following theme parks and attractions will make special offers to children born in 1997 –
- Ocean Park will offer FREE entry to children born in 1997 in the months of July and August 2007.
Enquiry: 2552 0291
- Hong Kong Disneyland will offer a FREE Deluxe Annual Pass to children born in 1997. The redemption period is from 15 May to 1 July 2007.
Enquiry: 1 830 830
- Ngong Ping 360 will offer FREE cable-car rides to children born in July 1997 on their birthday, or any one day in June or September 2007 (except Special Days).
Enquiry: 2109 9898
- Hong Kong Wetland Park will distribute souvenirs to children born in 1997 in the months of July and August 2007.
Enquiry: 2708 8885
With the sponsorship of commercial enterprises, the Home Affairs Department will co-organize with members of community organizations a scheme whereby children born in 1997 will be given a gift voucher, with which they can enjoy a day of fun with their family during the cerebration period. These organizations include: Federation of Hong Kong Guangdong Community Organizations, Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations, Hong Kong Commerce, Industry & Professionals Association, Friends of Hong Kong Association, Hong Kong Federation of Overseas Chinese Associations, The Hong Kong Hai Nan Commercial Association, Federation of Hong Kong Guangxi Community Organizations Limited, Federation of Hong Kong Chiu Chow Community Organizations, Hong Kong Mei Zhou Association, Hong Kong Federation of Hui Chow Associations.
The 10th Anniversary Figurines
To commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, a total of 13 000 sets of “the 10th Anniversary Figurines” (“the figurines”) will be made for distribution to the public. All Hong Kong residents who have taken part in three celebration events in the 10th Anniversary Events Calendar will have a chance to get the figurines. Each set of figurines comprises two “Panda” and two “10-year-old child” characters. The figurines are designed by Mr Winson Ma, a renowned figurine designer in Hong Kong. The design concept of the figurines is at Annex.
The figurines will be distributed through the Home Affairs Department by two rounds of lucky draws scheduled for August and October 2007 respectively, with the first round to distribute 13 000 pairs of “panda” figurines, and the second round to distribute 13 000 pairs of “10-year-old child” figurines. All Hong Kong residents are eligible to take part in the lucky draw if they have participated in three different celebration events in the Events Calendar. The two rounds of lucky draws will take place on 23 August 2007 and 23 October 2007 respectively.
A 10th Anniversary gift: A pair of gaint pandas
The Central People’s Government will give another pair of giant pandas as a gift to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of HKSAR. The State Forestry Administration announced on March 20 that two young and vivacious giant pandas born in the China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda in Wolong, Sichuan, in August 2005 have been selected.
The Government has commenced preparatory work to receive the giant pandas. Following the arrangements in 1999 when An An and Jia Jia were given to Hong Kong, the Government will entrust the care of the new giant pandas to the Ocean Park.
Source : HK Government