A jumbo restaurant that has been floating in Hong Kong for 46 years has sunk

July 7, Kathmandu. A jumbo restaurant floating in Hong Kong’s identity has sunk into the sea.

The restaurant has been operating on a giant ship for 46 years in Aberdeen, southwest Hong Kong. But while the operator was moving to another location (not made public), the restaurant sank in the sea near Paracel Island.

According to Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises, the restaurant has sunk 1,000 meters and it is now impossible to take it down. According to him, no one was injured even when the restaurant sank. The crew members of the ship with the restaurant are safe.

Opened in October 1976, the restaurant has been closed since March 3, 2020. The restaurant had been running at a loss since 2013 before the Corona epidemic closed. However, Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises was operating the restaurant for prestige.

Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises was closing down the restaurant with the goal of repairing it and selling it to new investors.

More than 3 million people are believed to have visited the restaurant. Among them are Queen Elizabeth II, former US President Jimmy Carter and Tom Cruise. Some movies have also been shot in this restaurant.

– With the help of the agency

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