Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, Hong Kong based award winning airlines announced a joint promotion with Ocean Park Hong Kong, a unique home-grown theme park and world-class attraction, to introduce a discount offer for its customers. Passengers travelling on Cathay Pacific or Cathay Dragon from India to Hong Kong can avail a 12% discount while purchasing tickets to Ocean Park.
This promotion can be availed on presentation of your passport and Cathay Pacific or Cathay Dragon boarding pass from India, at the Ocean Park Ticketing office within 7 days of arrival into Hong Kong. This offer is valid for booking until 27th June 2017 and redemption until 30th June 2017. Further details of the promotion can be viewed on http://bit.ly/2qb03y4
Mr. Rajesh Menon, Regional Sales & Marketing Manager, South Asia, Cathay Pacific, said, “Hong Kong is a great destination to visit and a favourite during summer holidays. We are delighted to join hands with Ocean Park, a popular attraction amongst families and people from all walks of life; to extend this benefit to our customers during the holiday season. Along with great connections to Hong Kong from Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, through this offer the customers can save more on their visit to Ocean Park and have an exciting holiday.”
Ms. Vivian Lee, Executive Director, Business Development & Education of Ocean Park Hong Kong, said, “India is one of the most significant overseas markets for Ocean Park. We highly value visitors from India and place tremendous efforts in raising brand awareness in India. It is our pleasure to have this collaboration with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, and it is a great opportunity to introduce the Park to more Indian visitors. Families and friends who are planning to visit Ocean Park in May are highly recommended to check out our Animal Discovery Fest seasonal event, during which visitors can see the Park’s animal ambassadors up close and hear interesting stories about their daily lives and how they are being taken care of from our animal keepers first-hand.”