Rich Chinese Dine Hanging in the Sky Over Shanghai, Plebeian Earthlings Scurry Below

    Dinner guests about to be hoisted 150 feet in the sky above Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)Hanging 150 feet above Shanghai for a meal. Hope the smog didn’t ruin the flavors, or the view. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)A crane lifts dinner guests 150 feet in the air, for a novelty dining experience hanging over the city of Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)Dinner in the Sky over Shanghai staff. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)The hanging meal that is prepared in the kitchen on the middle of the platform. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Rich Chinese have a flare for adventure, according to tourism experts. So to cater to the ones with the money who find going to a restaurant a rather dull, down-to-earth experience, may we present: Dinner in the Sky over Shanghai.

    The moveable restaurant on a platform is visiting China for the first time. The 308 tickets sold out quickly for the three-day novelty experience starting on June 27. Dinner guest paid between 1,888 yuan ($303) and 8,888 yuan ($1,429) depending on how many different meals they attended, to be suspended 150 feet above the city to have a meal. 

    Hanging 150 feet above Shanghai for a meal. Hope the smog didn’t ruin the flavors, or the view. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Hanging 150 feet above Shanghai for a meal. Hope the smog didn’t ruin the flavors, or the view. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Dinner guests about to be hoisted 150 feet in the sky above Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Dinner guests about to be hoisted 150 feet in the sky above Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    The hanging meal that is prepared in the kitchen on the middle of the platform. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    The hanging meal that is prepared in the kitchen on the middle of the platform. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Dinner in the Sky over Shanghai staff. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    Dinner in the Sky over Shanghai staff. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    A crane lifts dinner guests 150 feet in the air, for a novelty dining experience hanging over the city of Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

    A crane lifts dinner guests 150 feet in the air, for a novelty dining experience hanging over the city of Shanghai. (Screenshot/Ecns.cn)

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