A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Ocean Park

Letters | Is Hong Kong really serious about keeping Ocean Park afloat?

  • While it is exciting to see fresh impetus injected into Hong Kong’s locally created theme park, major hurdles such as financial sustainability, community support and a clear marketing strategy have to be sorted out first

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A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A visitor takes the Flash ride at Ocean Park on September 18, when the theme park reopened following two months of closure over the third wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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