Haiku Stairs, Hawaii
Did we say adrenaline? So, we will start from the most assertive point. Haiku Stairs, whose lenght is 2,120 feet, was built on Oahu’s Ko’olau Maountain in 1942. You should step 3922 stairs to reach the end. Haiku was closed off to the public in 1987, because it becomes dangerous for the people. Despite it was repaired at 2003, there is no legal entrance to the stairs.
Macau Tower, China
Macau, which Portugal colonies had used until 1999, is one of the favorite destination of highness and adrenaline lovers. You can see completely Republic of China from the tower 1,109 feet height. If highness doesn’t turn your head…
As doing bungee-jumping at one of the highest tower of the world Makao, you can live extremelly thrill…
El Caminito Del Rey, Spain
Passing from the stairs as cliff is near-by you should be pretty scary. Maybe, it is one of the madness, which people want to do before dying.
El Caminito Del Rey, was built at 1905, situates Malaga city in Spain.
Skywalk, French Alps
You can find highness, fear, amusement and peace in Skywalk at the same time. Even endless height of Alps scares you, all of your fear will lost at the extremely white view of Skywalk.
Singapore Skywalk is the destination, where you live all kind of adrenaline… At Singapore Skywalk, you will watch the sky from 360 degree. Also, you will pass from the colourful ways, which reach out to the clouds.