Jumbo Floating Restaurant in Hong Kong is cap size at sea


Associated Press

Hong Kong’s iconic jumbo floating restaurant cap size at sea

According to the parent company, Hong Kong’s iconic jumbo floating restaurant anchored in the South China Sea less than a week after being towed from the South China Sea. According to Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises Ltd., the restaurant encountered “bad conditions” on Saturday as it passed through the Paracel Islands (also known as the Paracel Islands) in the South China Sea, where water began to flow into the ship and fall. About 80 meters (260 feet) long, the floating restaurant has been a Hong Kong landmark for over 40 years and has served Cantonese cuisine to more than 3 million guests, including Queen Elizabeth II and Tom Cruise.