Visit Guangdong’s Highest Sky Corridor Waterfall Walkway In China

by Sanjana Shenoy
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When it comes to larger than life sightseeing spots in the world, you must visit Guangdong’s Highest Sky Corridor Waterfall Walkway In China. This gigantic sky corridor is located at the Huangteng Gorge in Qingyuan. What makes this sky corridor stand apart from its global contemporaries, is its unique tennis racket-like shape, due to which its popularly known as ‘big rackets’ among tourists.

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This majestic sky corridor is supported by three steel pillars and looks like two tennis rackets positioned across a mountain. The sky corridor is similar to the height of a 166-floor building, as it’s 368m in length and 500m in height. And it was made with a whopping investment of around 268 million Yuan (around US $40 million).

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And that’s not all, the sky corridor is designed in a unique manner where it’s installed with 450 water nozzles and around 2000 electric lights on the outermost circular bridge that react to music, making it the world’s largest circular musical waterfall having a total circumference of 168m. This is truly a spectacle to behold.

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When you’re here, you might get an adrenaline rush walking along the see-through platform of the sky corridor, or you might even hear the sound of broken glass or even freakier look down to see cracks appearing in the glass under your feet. But don’t worry, it’s totally safe. This is the bridge’s special glass breaking effect specially designed to scare visitors. And you thought horror movies were scary?

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The sky corridor which is an observation deck offers you a breathtaking view of the water from the artificial waterfall, flowing 500m down the Huangteng Gorge. You can also witness the rafting area, fast-flowing rivers, breathtaking landscape of the Huangteng Gorge and most of all a beautiful sunset scenery.

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After sunset, the lights at this sky corridor walkway light up the entire structure and the artificial waterfall appears to dance in tune with the music. It’s just magnificent!

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Now that we have told you hw crazy this place and how it will surely give you the ‘high’,  do you have the guts to visit this Highest Sky Corridor Waterfall Walkway In China?

Deets
Address: Huangtengxia Tianmen Suspended Glass Corridor, Huangtengxia Tourist Attraction, Qingcheng District of Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, China
Timings: 9 am to 9 pm
Ticket Price: 198 Yuan( ₹1987.5 approx)

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Picture Credits: lifeofguangzhou.com

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