Ocean Park occupies a site of 91.5 hectares compared to Tai Koo Shing’s 21.5 hectares. That means we could have three housing developments of a comparable size, providing 40,000 decent apartments and still have 30 hectares left over for green space. Photo: Martin Chan
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Ocean Park’s glory days are behind it – use the site for housing, and invest in Hong Kong Disneyland instead

  • Between dwindling attendances and fierce regional competition, Ocean Park is struggling. Better to use the 91.5-hectare site to meet a pressing need – housing
  • If money is to be used for theme park development, spend it on expanding Hong Kong Disneyland
Ocean Park occupies a site of 91.5 hectares compared to Tai Koo Shing’s 21.5 hectares. That means we could have three housing developments of a comparable size, providing 40,000 decent apartments and still have 30 hectares left over for green space. Photo: Martin Chan
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