Was once Hong Kong largest amusement park. It will come back this summer after an absence of 18 years. It will reappear at Central Harbourfront from 26 June to early September 2015.
Lai Yuen Super Summer
It has over 50 spots in total covering 20,000 square meters. There you can find the landmark of the park – Lai Yuen Castle, Classic Haunted House, Dinosaur House, Carousel, Lai Yuen Big Stage and more.
Visitors’ admission is free, but you need tokens for the games, rides and stage performances. Each token is HK$10. The park will be opened from 11am to 11pm and is expected to attract one million visitors.
Official Website: http://laiyuen.hk/english
Lai Yuen Amusement Park
It was originally located at Lai Chin Kok, Kowloon. Opened in 1949 and operated for nearly half a century, it was closed and demolished in 1997.
Being the collective memories of many Hongkongers, Lai Yuen was one of my favorite places in my childhood. Now you have an opportunity to experience the classic Hong Kong pastime. Feel free to share your photos and experience here.
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