Any individual who has ridden a crazy ride in any event once knows the expression “to have your heart in your mouth.” However, it’s far-fetched this stimulation can be contrasted and thruways worked at a height of a few kilometers over a pit, in a forlorn abandon, over the water, or even beneath it.
1.Guoliang Tunnel, China
The Guoliang Tunnel is 1.2 km (0.75 mi) long and was built through a mountain range leading to the village of the same name. In the 1970s, the inhabitants of the village made this tunnel and the “windows” in it themselves using only hand tools. The width of the tunnel is about 4 m (13 ft), so drivers have to be extremely careful.
2.Maeklong Railway Market, Thailand
At first sight, Maeklong Market resembles hundreds of other Thai markets…but only until you hear the whistle of the train which passes right through the market stalls. The sellers take their goods away and fold their tents in seconds, giving way to the train that moves at a speed of about 15 km/h.
3.Yungas Road, Bolivia
Yungas Road associates the Bolivian urban areas of La Paz and Coroico. Sliding from a tallness of 3,300 to 360 m (2 mi to 1,181 ft) above ocean level, it frames various circles. In spite of the way that the street is extremely restricted, even trucks figure out how to pass each other. Nonetheless, one of them frequently needs to move down for a significant separation.