The scenery is pretty but it looks like it is hard to see through the glass floor of the water slide because of the rippling water in the trough. I wonder if you have a better floorless feeling when you are actually on the ride but most of the photos don't appear that the glass is see-thru.
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Gutterflower wrote:OK its not a roller coaster or a theme park but In the Taihang Mountains China has opened something quite unique.
This is essentially a glass bottomed water slide through the gorgeous mountain scenery. Stretching almost 1.3km down the mountain side with over a 100m in total height difference it certainly looks like great fun.
Now why is it glass bottomed? no idea.... Because China?
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