The Bailong Elevator, known as the Hundred Dragon Elevator, gives tourists stunning views across the historic cliffs of Wulingyuan, China.
The 1,070ft (330m) glass elevator offers tourists breathtaking views along the quartzite-sandstone mountains of the Wuling Mountain Range which runs through Central China.
The three double-decker elevator is surrounded by glass windows, revealing the rugged Huan province as it soars upwards. Up to 50 brave tourists can made the ascent at a time which equates to approximately 1,380 people an hour. It takes just a minute and a half to reach the top.
Bailong Elevator has set three Guinness World Records. Currently it holds the titles of the world’s tallest full-exposure outdoor elevator, world’s tallest double-deck sightseeing elevator and world’s fastest passenger traffic elevator with biggest carrying capacity.
The elevator took three years to build and cost a staggering 120 million yuan (£12 million) to construct. Controversially built in the protected UNESCO site, the elevator initially attracted strong criticism. It now attracts around 5 million visitors each year. China also boasts the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge.
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