Bored of the Bund? Tired of the Pearl Tower? Shanghai has a new tourist destination - the 13-storey apartment building that spectacularly toppled over last month. A travel agency in Liaoning province has added the ruins in Minhang district as the final stop on its six-day tour of Shanghai, Nanjing and Suzhou . Tourists will be taken to the site by bus and shown around before leaving for nearby Hongqiao airport. Li Yang , the executive manager of Phoenix Travel Agency, said it was likely the company would offer the trip next week, but it would depend on the number of people who signed up. 'So far, quite a few people have made inquiries,' he said. Mr Li said the company came up with the idea because the building that tipped over was well-known around the mainland and would be of interest to tourists. 'I think people are curious about it because few of us will see a building collapse like that again in our lifetime,' he said, adding the company would ensure the tour would not affect traffic or local residents. The building in the Lotus Riverside complex toppled over on June 27, killing one worker. Unusually, it fell in one piece, and even many of its glass windows remained intact. Mr Li said the stop had been temporarily pulled from the agency's website because of the widespread media attention, but that it would now be posted again. The tour has been widely debated on mainland internet forums. 'I think this site should be preserved and developed into an education site to teach corrupt officials and greedy property developers a lesson,' one internet user said. Another commented: 'This building will be a great contribution to the Shanghai Expo. So I suggest it be moved to the China pavilion for display next year.'