Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP
Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP

Letters | Move Hong Kong Disneyland to ease city’s housing crisis

  • A new theme park complex at Guishan Island could become a multi-day destination
  • Housing at Penny’s Bay would be better connected to the city’s business centres and existing public transport than an outlying island requiring long commute times

Topic |   Disney
Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP
Visitors take photos on a Disneyland Resort Line train on the first day of its operation in August 2005. The theme park, which opened a month later and is majority-owned by the Hong Kong government, has struggled for years. Photo: SCMP
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