In an effort to entertain its passengers, Finnish Railways has introduced an immersive experience dubbed Murder on the Orient Express -- an onboard escape room that unravels over a 13-hour train journey from Helsinki to Rovaniemi.
This experience was inspired by the 20th century Fox Film of the same name and currently stands as the world's longest-running escape room. This stunt, which integrates travel with modern culture and digital gaming, hopes to attract a new demographic of travelers who are looking to experience something deeper than simply moving from point A to point B. With this escape room, the journey becomes an integral part of the entire trip, enabling an individual to fully immerse themselves from start to finish.
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