While most pavilions continue to grapple with problems with long queues, the Abilia Pavilion, the only pavilion in the Expo Garden especially designed for children, has decided to eliminate reservations.
The rule was changed because many visitors who had made reservations to enter the pavilion at certain times were not showing up. All visitors must now queue to enter the pavilion and no reservations will be accepted.
Visitors to the Abilia Pavilion now have to wait as long as three hours to enter the pavilion. However, the coordinator of the pavilion has promised to reconsider the decision before August, the hottest month of the year in Shanghai.
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