Opened on 22 December 1949 <Read more ...>
This one is Lai Chi Kok, a KMB bus is in the background
Similar style monorail vehicle, same stripes etc. Easy to get mixed up with Kai Tak's one.
also at https://gwulo.com/atom/12521 <Read more ...>
China Mail 22 January 1949 refers. <Read more ...>
Found this photo link about the Happy Valley Playground (愉園遊樂場). Not quite fitting the modern day amusement park per se, but still it was an entertainment establishment of the time.
The time frame was obtained from the photo description. <Read more ...>
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They may had the first roller-coaster system installed in Hong Kong there. Not those fancy lateral-spiral ones like the one in the Ocean Park. Just the old school simple one.
Information obtained from Wiki. <Read more ...>
The HK memory website says it was opened in June 1979.
It was closed in 1997, and later the Wah Lai Estate was built on this site.
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Got this also from page 210 of Mapping Hong Kong, at the Junction of Taxeco Road and Castle Peak Road. This Amusement Park was once the sister installment of the Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park.
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