The world is filled with incredible places that never fail to captivate the hearts of those who always seek adventure. However, some of these places can be dangerous that only a few would dare visit them. One of these treacherous places is Mount Huashan located in China.
On the hillside of the mountain there is a perilous path that should take the individual all the way to the top. Only the brave would dare trail this path, but at the end of the journey, something surprising and rewarding awaits.
Mt. Huashan is one of the Great Mountains in China.
At the peak of the mountain, there’s a surprise waiting for those who dare travel the perilous path.
But before getting to the top, you need to be brave enough to go on a death-defying adventure.
The trails and stairs leading to the top of the mountain were created by nuns, pilgrims and monks, as the place is considered holy.
In some areas of the mountain, locals have also carved their own trails.
Would you dare climb this mountain to know what’s waiting at the peak?
Tourists started to notice the beautiful scenery when atop the mountain and the adventure that it offers to adrenaline junkies that the place has become frequented. Trails were then reinforced to cater to these visitors.
A beautiful view from the mountain trail.
You ain’t seen nothing yet.
You also need to ride the cable car to get to one of the peaks of the mountain.
Obviously, this place is not for those who have intense fear of heights. Otherwise, this would make for a wonderful adventure.
Just remember to keep your eyes on the trail; hold tight and don’t look down.
Once you’ve surpassed this exhilarating trip, you can rest and enjoy the serenity of the place.
At the end of the adventure, you get to be at this Taoist temple, which has been turned into a teahouse.
Would you still dare to hike along the dangerous trail if you know what’s waiting for you at the peak?
Singapore’s Elevated Park Will Cover Almost the Entire Country
Singapore will soon have its own elevated park which will cover the entire country, spanning 15 miles long.
It looks like New York’s The High Line and Paris’ very own Promenade Plantee will face some tough competition from Singapore. The country is set to embark on one of its most ambitious projects just yet, the construction of an elevated park that will span the entire country, covering a span of about 15 miles in entirety. Coincidentally, the Promenade Plantee is the world’s first elevated park, while Singapore is the first in the region of Southeast Asia.
Here's a rendering of how Singapore's elevated park would look like after its construction.
Singapore will be converting the British-colonial railway line it formally shut down back in 2011. The above the ground park will feature running paths for the health-conscious, biking paths, eight activity nodes where people can stop to, let’s say, take a yoga class or go rock climbing. There will also be an organic vegetable farm somewhere along the 15-mile park that will cross Singapore. ...
8 of the Most Haunting Underwater Cities You Can Actually Visit
Want to add a bit more adventure to your travels? Why not visit these underwater cities?
Looking for a bit of adventure anytime soon? Why not up the ante of your travel bucket list as you visit the coolest underwater cities in the world? We're all so used to going to theme parks, beaches or mountains for a vacation, so why not an underwater city this time?
Whether these cities may be submerged or just partially water logged, they are spectacularly amazing that's for sure. So get your dive suits, masks, flippers and snorkels on and let's all get ready for an underwater adventure even Spongebob and Patrick would approve of.
1. The Lion City in China
The World’s Worst Airports According to Pilots and Flight Attendants Themselves
If you really want to know where in the world are the worst airports, the best people to ask would be the flight attendants and the pilots who use the facilities every single day. And this is what they have to say…
We've done a story on the world's best airports sometime early this month and we think that it's just but fair that we also write one on the world's worst airports. After all, you would want to be prepared to go through them the next time you travel. Of course who could better tell us which of the airports in the world are not exactly that awesome but the people who work for the airlines, our pilots and flight attendants?
Now, mind you, our pilots and flight attendants make use of the airport facilities every single day so they should know what they're talking about, yeah? We checked out what they had to say about the most horrible airports on Reddit, and this is what we got: