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In Japan, You Can Still Work Remotely At A Theme Park

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Starting October 15, Japan's Yomiuriland, an amusement park, will be offering an "Amusement Workation" package which allows visitors to continue working remotely while still enjoying their time at the theme park. 

For only 1,900 yen, roughly equivalent to $18, visitors will have access to a work station at the amusement park, allowing you to work in an unconventional, but entertaining setting. The park's Ferris wheel is also equipped with a strong WiFi connection, where riders can sit back, relax, and watch over the entire park at different angles from the sky for p to an hour. 

Visitors can then enjoy the different them park attractions after the work day is over, such as roller coasters, a merry-go-round, and laser attractions, at an extra cost. 

Source: Insider