Many of us are working from home during this pandemic, and our usual setups have been sofas and kitchen tables all this while. But what if you are given an option to work from an amusement park atop a ferris wheel? Well, a theme park in Tokyo, Yomiuriland, is selling day passes for a new scheme that allows visitors to work from the poolside or from a ferris wheel.

Reportedly, those visiting the park will be able to work remotely in the theme park from October 15 onwards, which is a part of this theme park’s Amusement Workcation package. All you have to do is you will have to pay 1900 yen (INR 1312.56) for one person, and 3600 yen (INR 2486.96) for two. Also, visitors will be allowed to set up a working space in a poolside work booth, which will be complete with tables and chairs, and WiFi.

The highlight of this creative package is obviously the Ferris wheel, which is WiFi equipped, allowing people to enjoy the option of spending up to one hour on it, along with carrying out their work. Apart from this, when the visitors are done wrapping up their work for the day, they can check out other attractions in the park, such as a haunted house, the botanical garden, a roller coaster, etc., for which they will be required to pay a little extra.

Work remotely from a Ferris wheel equipped with Wi-Fi!

However, certain guidelines have been laid out to ensure that the Coronavirus infection doesn’t spread among people. Just like other amusement theme theme parks in Japan, visitors will be asked not to scream while enjoying the rides. As per the reports, the East and West Japan Theme Park Associations, a group of theme park operators who oversee attractions like Tokyo Disneyland and Universal Studios Japan, have asked guests to keep their masks on and scream in their heart instead.

Many exotic destinations around the world, particularly those whose economy primarily depends on tourism, have come up with innovative ways to lure visitors during this time of crisis. However, it seems that this Japanese park has taken its creative workcation idea to the next level to boost tourism.

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