Visitors at the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom theme park in Hengqin, Guangdong. Guangzhou Chimelong Group says it wants to keep a height restriction on minors’ tickets in place. Photo: Nora Tam

Too tall for a children’s ticket? Chinese consumer council sues over height restrictions

  • Guangdong watchdog argues that determining entry fee by height alone – a common practice at tourist sites in China – is a violation of minors’ rights
  • Defendant Guangzhou Chimelong Group says it is a widespread industry practice and the ‘laws and regulations are unclear’
Topic |   China Society

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Visitors at the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom theme park in Hengqin, Guangdong. Guangzhou Chimelong Group says it wants to keep a height restriction on minors’ tickets in place. Photo: Nora Tam
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