If you’re feeling adventurous, this sky walkway-turned-waterfall at the Huangteng Gorge in China, is not to be missed. With a name almost as long as the corridor, the structure is called ‘Guangdong’s Highest Sky Corridor Waterfall Walkway’.
- 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)
- This majestic sky corridor is supported by three steel pillars and looks like two tennis rackets positioned across a mountain.
- The gigantic tourist attraction is 368m in length and 500m in height, 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.
- The popular spot also held its first fashion show on time to time, transforming the glass-bottomed bridge into a dizzying runway. The models were pictured walking bare foot on the bridge so as not to scratch or damage the glass panels.
- The sky corridor is similar to the height of a 166-floor building, as it’s 368m in length and 500m in height.
- It was made with a whopping investment of around 268 million Yuan (around US $40 million).
- 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.
- 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.
- The scenic area welcomes more than one million visitors for its rafting activities every year, and sees more than 13,000 people visiting the tourist spot every day during the summer months of July and August.