Since Pizza Hut patrons in China are only allowed one trip to the salad bar, they have invented this genius method of packing as much salad as possible onto a single plate. And here it is: the “Salad Tower”.
The Yushan village in China is situated 1312 ft above the ground and is only reachable by a zip line running between two cliff faces. A steel cage is suspended from these thick cables and is used to carry people and supplies into and out of the village.
Located in the Qinling mountain range near the city Huayin, China, the Huashan is one of the five sacred mountains of Taoism. This dangerous and complicated climbing path is lined by Taoist monasteries, temples and pagodas and goes as high up as 6988 feet (2130 metres).
This 343 miles (552km) highway runs through the Tarim desert on Takla Makan, China. To protect the road from the sand, they have planted vegetation on either side of the road and built a huge irrigation system to manage it.
The glass lift is built into the side of a mountainous cliff in the Wulingyuan area of Zhangjiajie, China. It is a staggering 1,070 feet (330 m) high and is claimed to be the highest and heaviest outdoor elevator in the world.