Hong Kong Jumbo Floating Restaurant Struck in China Sea

hong kong jumbo floating restaurant struck in china sea

The famous Hong Kong Jumbo Floating Restaurant crashed on Sunday due to bad weather in the South China Sea.

According to owner Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises Ltd., the incident occurred when the floating restaurant passed the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea, resulting in water entering the vessel before it began to tip. According to the report, no members of the team were injured.

According to the statement, the accident has left Aberdeen Restaurant “very saddened.” “The company is now getting further details of the accident from the towing company.”

Following the coronavirus pandemic, the Jumbo restaurant, which had been a popular tourist destination in Hong Kong for years, was forced to close its doors. On June 14, it was towed away from Hong Kong.

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