Fear heights? Than this is not for you. The Wansheng Ordovican Theme Park in Chongqing is an ultimate collection of everything scary about heights. The park has everything; from the world’s highest glass walkway, swings, bungee jumps, suspended gap bridges to glass-bottomed hanging bridges. It’s a heaven for thrill-lovers, and a living hell for acrophobes. […]Read more "Welcome to the Hell for Acrophobes"
Hot pot. It’s a very honest name for this wonderful Chinese dish. Enter a hot pot restaurant and you are served a big pot of boiling broth, and you can order from a range of ingredients that you can conveniently order as a set, or a-la-carte to match your taste. The ingredients include friendly choices […]Read more "Chongqing Huoguo – The Hottest of Hot Pot"
The sky is usually blue. Here, it’s mostly white. Everyone knows London is famous for its lack of sunshine, but they don’t know about Chongqing. Chongqing gets about 950 hours of sunshine per year, as compared to around 1600 in London. This is extremely little. Only those cities near the arctic, where sunshine is geometrically […]Read more "Chongqing, the Capital of Fog"