New World Park was the first of three renowned amusement parks that opened in Singapore before the Japanese Occupation. It was first opened in 1923 and was typically popular during the night.
Great World Amusement Park was the second amusement park in Singapore before the Japanese Occupation. It opened in 1929 and was a popular source of entertainment for teenagers during their leisure time
This is an autobiography by Lee Pei Chiok, a teenager who lived through the Japanese Occupation. Some activities were playing with spiders, marbles and cards.
Gay World was one of three amusement parks built in Singapore before the Japanese Occupation and opened in 1937 as the third amusement park. The other two were New World and Great World.