Three and a half years ago, I posted a photo of a restaurant/night club in Hong Kong that was popular back in the 1960s and 70s when my mom, her parents, and one brother traveled there.
The Golden Crown!
By the time I got to Hong Kong in 1990, the Golden Crown was no longer. But now thanks to my friend Gary, who found this blog because of the Golden Crown, I am excited to show what it looked like inside! Gary scanned an old brochure and so graciously sent the images to me.
The Golden Crown had four floors of entertainment: dining, dancing, floor shows.
The cover of the brochure:
And the back, which shows a map of old Tsim Sha Tsui before the train station moved to Hung Hom.
My grandparents had matches from the Golden Crown, so I assume they went here at least once during their many trips to Hong Kong. It just goes to show how much the tourist scene has changed in Hong Kong over the years. Now the bulk of tourists come from mainland China to shop, in a place not too far from the spot of the old Golden Crown.