Places for the Daredevil Travelers

1 )  Macau Tower, Macau, China

AJ_Hackett_Macau_Tower_Skywalk_X_3_Not for the faint-hearted ones!!! For the brave travelers who always thirsty for all of the “out of ordinary” adventures. Your thirst can finally be fulfilled! From the mind blowing tourist attractions that pump your adrenalin to the scariest place that said to be haunted!!! We have collected 5 of the most wanted places to be visit by the brave travelers!

Gather all of your courage as you sit on the 233m-high observation deck of this 338m tall tower before bungee jumping down to the city below, finishing 30m above the ground and reaching a speed of 200km/h. In the heart of the far east’s gambling capital, this is the world’s highest bungee jump from a building. You leap from the outer rim of the giant tower, with mainland China just visible if you squint. If you are not a bungee jumping fan you can always try sky walking up there!

 

2 ) Brave Man’s Bridge “Haohan Qiao”, China

PINGJIANG, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 24: (CHINA OUT) Tourists walk on a suspension bridge made of glass at the Shiniuzhai National Geological Park on September 24, 2015 in Pingjiang County, China. The 300-meter-long glass suspension bridge, with a maximum height of 180 meters, opened to the public on Thursday. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

Suspended a jaw-dropping 590 feet in the air, the glass walkway named Haohan Qiao, or Brave Man’s Bridge, located in China’s central Hunan Province. There’s no other way to put it: the bridge looks absolutely frightening. Roughly 1,000 feet long, the bridge in Shiniuzhai National Geological Park has a double-layer floor that’s made from glass 25 times stronger than normal. According to CNN, the bridge was originally made of wood, but the park started experimenting with adding glass in 2014. The bridge has just been fully converted to glass, supported by a strong steel frame. Brave Man’s Bridge is currently the longest glass-bottom suspension bridge in the world. Even more frightening, the structure apparently sways in the wind, says the South China Morning Post.

 

3 ) Aokigahara Forest, Japan

Aokigahara Forest, JapanThis breathtaking forest is located at the tip of Mount Fuji. The ‘Sea of Trees’ is rumored to be infested with ghosts, monsters and is known as a suicide central with an insane amount of paranormal activity! The forest has a record of being the third most famous suicide site in the world with 78 bodies being found in 2012 alone and with an average of 30 suicides every year.

 

4 ) Ghost Tower, Bangkok

Ghost Tower, BangkokIn the heart of the city lays THE haunted apartment building. Bangkok’s Sathorn Unique skyscraper was supposed to become a premium luxury apartment complex with amazing views of the Chao Phraya River.
“Sathorn Unique Tower is our first residential project in downtown Bangkok. The tower is 49 stories with the total of 659 residential units and 54 retails, located only less than 200 meters from BTS: Taksin station. Sathorn Unique Tower is also located at the edge of old commercial town of Charernkrung meets the new international business zone of Silom-Sathorn roads. It sits on the horse-shoe blend which is considered the best place for overlook at the Bangkok’s grand cityscape and the charm of the Chaopraya River.” (Building’s commercial brochure)
That was until this massive construction project was suddenly abandoned due to the collapse of the Thai Baht during Asia’s 1997 Financial Crisis. Dubbed the “Ghost Tower”, it is said that even locals don’t venture inside, though photo enthusiasts have been known to enter the building to capture the panoramic views of the city at the top floors.

 

5 ) Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital in Gyeonggi-do, South KoreaGonjiam Psychiatric Hospital in Gyeonggi-do, is creepy enough to scare any brave soul. The hospital was operational until 1995 and has since been closed down. Located in the middle of a secluded Forest, Skyscanner said stepping into the premises is like going into the set of a horror film. Rusty bed frames, vandalised walls, old white coats hanging and decaying machines can be found throughout the building. Legend has it, according to Skyscanner, that Gonjiam shut down due to its patients dying mysteriously.

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