New 520 meter glass treetop walkway open at Baihualing, Qiongzhong

By Nicki Johnson / HICN / Updated: 2021-02-24,18:01

Looking for a new perspective in 2021? In Baihualing, a 4A rated rainforest mountain park located in Hainans Qiongzhong County, there is now a new way to see the sights: a soaring treetop glass walkway is opening this Spring Festival, giving adventurous hikers a birds eye view of the surrounding forest and one of Asias most spectacular waterfalls.

(Photo provided to New Hainan App)

(Photo provided to New Hainan App)

The new glass walkway is situated over 900 meters above sea level, and snakes across the mountaintop like a 520 meter long Chinese dragon. Here, if you arrive early enough, youll be treated to the magnificent sight of the sun rising out of the sea of clouds,  and illuminating the deep ravines below as well as nearby Limu Mountain and even far-off Wuzhi, or Five-Finger Mountain. Stroll across the sky and see the entire rainforest wonderland of central Hainan spread out beneath your feet.

Is that not quite exciting enough for you? At Baihualing, you will also have the opportunity to ride down a 2020 meter-long glass slide, which zips you along through the rainforest, around four 360-degree double-decker loops, whipping back and forth through 15 S-bends, and through a dinosaur-themed space-time tunnel where youll be treated to a heart-pounding sound and light show. Not only a high-altitude thrill ride, the slide also gives riders another angle on the natural beauty of the local rainforest.

(Photo provided to New Hainan App)
(Photo provided to New Hainan App)

Right now, Baihualing is offering an all-in-one park ticket that includes entry, shuttle rides, the treetop walkway, and the glass slide. This comprehensive ticket normally costs 394 yuan, but is currently on sale for only 168 yuan!

Welcoming Spring Festival travelers, Baihualing is taking strict  disease prevention measures, and is conducting a comprehensive park-wide safety inspection. At the same time, the park continues to limit visitor entry numbers, carry out real-name ticketing, conduct entry in groups, stagger entry times, and conscientiously disinfect the park facilities. 



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