Date
18 December 2017
This upside-down tourist attraction was designed by Polish architects and cost US$800,000 to build. Photo: Shanghai Daily
This upside-down tourist attraction was designed by Polish architects and cost US$800,000 to build. Photo: Shanghai Daily

Topsy-turvy tourist draw sparks safety concern, paper says

Safety-conscious supervisors at Fengjing Water Town in Shanghai’s Jinshan district have set strict limits on the number of people allowed to visit its new upside-down house attraction, Shanghai Daily reported Monday. Huai Xigen, director of the folk painting village where the house is located, said a maximum of 20 visitors would be allowed in the attraction at any one time because some people will become dizzy when they’re inside the house. The 200-square-meter, two-story house cost US$800,000 to build and was designed by Polish architects, the report said. Huai also warned people with high blood pressure against entering the house, which is due to open on April 25.

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