Footage shows Chinese tourists braving the walk through Guangdong’s highest circular sky corridor, situated in Qingyuan’s Huangteng Gorg. The sky corridor is informally known among tourists as the ‘big rackets’ due to its resemblance to tennis rackets.
Marketing Director Yimin Liu noted that the sky corridor is some “500 metres above the ground,” and extending from a cliff “in a straight line up to 368 metres.”
The structure also features the circular musical waterfall, created by some 450 water nozzles installed along the circular observation deck reportedly creating water show interpretations of music tracks.
One of the visitors shared her experience when walking through the sky corridor, saying, “I felt a little scared when I looked down through the transparent glass walkway. You can only go straight ahead without looking down. You really can’t look down.”
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