Lai Yuen Super Summer 2015 reflects authentic local culture.

Dates: Until early September

Open: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

Admission: Free (Tokens are required for playing games and rides. Each token is HK$10)

Venue: Central Harborfront Event Space

Lai Yuen, once the largest amusement park in Hong Kong, is back this summer. This is a chance to experience the local park and see the childhood favorites of Hong Kongers who grew up in the area in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. There are various games, stage performances and local food.

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Duncan Chiu, chairperson of Lai Yuen Amusement Park, said Lai Yuen features 50 hotspots that include 15 interesting attractions, 6 rides, 22 game counters and a special game segment that spans the length of the entire Park. “To help ensure an authentic experience of the original Lai Yuen, many rides such as Happy Ding Ding Boats, Funny Swing Chairs, Crazy Bumper Cars, Tsui Wah Coffee Cups and others have been re-created to rekindle fond past memories and happy times,” he said.

Captain Tsubasa, Creamy Mami, Robocon, Kikaider, Combattler V and the Masked Rider, the idols of many Hong Kong people when they were children, have come back to visit Lai Yuen to raucous applause. The focus of attention for the overall event will be a four-story cake tower built using 66 Robocon figures, to celebrate the 66th anniversary of Lai Yuen.

Moreover, visitors can download the Cartoon Hunt app to scan the stamps of the six classic cartoon figures located in different corners of Lai Yuen to receive membership bonuses and prize redemptions. In addition, fans of the cartoon characters will want to try their hand at a host of thematic games as well as visit restaurants featuring Captain Tsubasa and Creamy Mami.

Other game booths will also highlight the nostalgic feeling of old Hong Kong, such as Flip Flop Fling, Mom’s Weapon, Pick Me Up, Toy Cards, Marble Picker and others, and there will be classic Lai Yuen games such as Gum Tiles and Jumpy Frog. The return of these games, which were all widely popular last century, will provide many visitors a taste of past pleasures and will introduce to younger generations the unforgettable fun their parents had when they were young.

Dates: Until early September

Open: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

Admission: Free (Tokens are required for playing games and rides. Each token is HK$10)

Address: Central Harborfront Event Space, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong


(Source: SD News)


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