Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

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In recent years, a lot of new extreme entertainment has appeared in China. This is a transparent bridge, and suspended cable cars, and dangerous viewing platforms… The photos alone are breathtaking! See for yourself.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

A shop located on a cliff. In it, fans of extreme recreation can buy water and various snacks right during the ascent. The small structure is located 100 meters above the ground.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

A glass path along a cliff in Guangxi province. For those who are not averse to tickle their nerves once again.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

And this is a glass floor. It is located on the 37th floor in the tower of China Central Television (CCTV), Beijing.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

One of the most popular extreme entertainments is the "Glass Sky Path" or, as it is also called, the "Writhing Dragon". It is located on Mount Tianmen, Hunan Province, at an altitude of 1.5 kilometers.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Another favorite tourist attraction is the glass bridge in Hebei Province. The length of the transparent structure is 488 meters, and the height at which it is located is 218 meters.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

And this is an observation deck hanging over the abyss. Also completely glass. You can visit this place in Beijing's Shilin Park.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Zhumadian, Henan Province. Just look at this trail! And these newlyweds! The Chinese, apparently, are very fond of extreme entertainment.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Buffet on Mount Laojun, Henan Province.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

This is how this place looks up close.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

And again, an extreme glass construction. The observation deck hangs at an altitude of 360 meters above the Fuxi Mountain Valley, Xinmi City, Henan Province.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

This place is called the "path of death". And it is not surprising, because it is made of boards hanging over the abyss. There are no railings or fences here. You can find this extreme entertainment on Mount Huashan.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Another Zhangjiajie glass bridge is suspended over the Wulinyuan district. It is considered the longest and tallest glass bridge in the world — its length is 430 meters, width is 6 meters, distance from the ground is 260 meters.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Observation deck at Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai. Here you can not only watch, but also take a walk… Walk along the edge of the cornice at the height of the 88th floor. A dubious pleasure.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Pedestrian suspension bridge. And glass again.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

View from the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the third tallest tower in Asia (468 meters) and the fifth in the world.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Another glass observation deck. It seems that the Chinese are no longer surprised by such designs.

Gallery inside the rock. Anlong City, Guizhou Province.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

A winding road to Tianmen Mountain in Hunan province.

Extreme tourism in China: entertainment is not for the faint of heart

Glass elevator 330 meters high, built into one of the rocks in the reserve Wulingyuan, Zhangjiajie County.

Keywords: China | Chinese | Bridges | Entertainment | Rocks | Tourism | Tourists | Extreme

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