One would think a tea park would offer nothing but zen activities but the one in Xuan’en County in central China’s Hubei Province is offering an activity to suit their guest’s more adventurous side. Hovering to over 30 feet in some areas, the ‘air corridor’ is a suspended bridge atop tea fields running the length of 3,200 feet which utilizes the most bare minimum when it comes to walkways. Using wooden planks of varying sizes, painted tires, and the same ropes used for the railing, the tea park draws hundreds of tourists ready to try the scary attraction. However, we’re willing to bet no one crossing the bridge is staying put long enough to stare and admire the tea fields below them.
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