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Dare to Test Andrenalin, Visit The 5 Most Extreme Attractions in China

Apparently this type of spot is also a lot of fans because it can give its own impression and sensation.

INPHEDIA.ID - To attract more tourists to visit, currently China has a lot of new tourist destinations that have sprung up, including extreme tourism.

Even though extreme tourism can make a scene, apparently there are many types of spots like this that also fan it because it can give an impression and sensation when coming to it. Next, INPHEDIA.ID quotes and summarizes the 5 most extreme tourist attractions in China.

1. Coiling Dragon Cliff Skywalk, Tianmen Mountain

Coiling Dragon Cliff Skywalk is the most extreme tourist spot in China which was just inaugurated in 2016. There is an alias skywalk with an altitude of 4,900 feet or around 1,403 meters on the edge of a steep cliff.

This 100-meter long glass bridge is located in Tianmen Mountain, Zhangjiajie National Park, Hunan Province. More horrified, the width of the bridge is only 1.6 meters so that the movement is limited.

Even so, you will be greeted by an amazingly beautiful landscape beneath which is surrounded by trees and exotic cliffs. Transparent glass allows you to look directly into the ravine.

2. Glass Bridge, Zhangjiajie

This glass bridge is predicted as the longest and highest glass bridge in the world. The location is located in the Zhangjiaje Grand Canyon area and connects two cliffs within 430 meters.

Regarding its robustness, you don't need to worry, because the security has been tested. In fact, every day the bridge is visited by around 8,000 people in turn. From a height of 300 meters, you can enjoy a stretch of green trees that give a sensation of calm and excitement at the same time.

3. Restaurant Fangweng, Hubei Province

Still related to the cliff, this time it was the turn of a restaurant that was "nesting" at a height. His name is Fangweg Restaurant which is in Happy Valley Xiling Gorge, Hubei Province.

This restaurant is connected to a concrete bridge that hangs on a 30 meter high cliff. In addition to cliffs and trees, this restaurant overlooks the Yangtze River which can add to the sensation of your eating becoming more attractive. The restaurant serves a variety of traditional Chinese food with decorations that add an authentic impression in it.

4. Floating Walkway, Hongshui River

Just inaugurated at the beginning of 2017, this place immediately stole the attention and became a new tourist favorite in this Bamboo Curtain country. A 5.13 kilometer long floating road was recorded in the Guinness World Record as the longest floating bridge in the world. The location is on the Hongshui River which stretches for 54 thousand square meters.

When viewed from above, the shape of this bridge resembles a beautiful butterfly. You will be treated to various entertainment while walking on this path. Among them are water shows from professionals, to lights at night. This place also has a floating swimming pool, aka a swimming pool that is set up on a river.

5. Guoliang Tunnel, Henan Province

This 1,200-meter tunnel is in the Taihang Mountains, China. After being built for five years, this tunnel was finally opened for traffic in 1977. However, now the Guoliang Tunnel focuses as an extreme tourist spot.

With a width of 4 meters and a height of 5 meters, this tunnel fits through small cars such as sedans. Because it is at an altitude of 1,700 meters, a clear sensation can be felt by anyone who crosses this path. In fact, Guoliang was dubbed the most dangerous village in China. (PWS.IN/ENG/**)
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