The Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMPThe Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMP
The Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMP

Cabaret hall, monorail, moon rocket – how millions enjoyed Hong Kong’s ‘giant amusement park’ during its 17-year run

Construction of the Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, was delayed by typhoons but it opened eventually in 1965

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The Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMPThe Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMP
The Hans Andersen Club hosted 500 children at Kai Tak Entertainment Park, in San Po Kong, in October 1969. Pictures: SCMP
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