August 12th, 2019
Guangdong's highest circular sky corridor now has a waterfall pouring from it. It is informally known among tourists as the 'big rackets' due to its resemblance to tennis rackets. The bridge is some 500 metres above ground and has a waterfall pouring from 450 nozzles. The structure is reportedly musical, with the water synchronising to the tracks.
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