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There was a serious safety issue at the site. So many people were on the bridge and some teenagers tried to make the bridge swinging. The shuttle service was horrible too. We waited a long time to get on the shuttle, by the same time,...More
As a westerner I wasn't really sure what to expect. Was this going to turn out to be a giant sprinkler? In fact it involved some roaring rapids, a wobbly (but safe) rope bridge and probably the best kept cultivated garden I think I had...More
Read beforehand about it, it will help you understand why it is such a unique place. I’m not an engineer, and even I understood what the father and son team achieved over 2,200 years ago. The park is beautiful to walk through, the views amazing....More
Incredible piece of engineering taking into consideration that Europa at that time didnt even have running water. The irrigation system is still operative, a brilliant piece of engineering. Architecture of the buildings around it bring you back in time, Highly advisable to visit
We started from a pagoda near the top of a large hill and worked our way down through some temples to get to the bridge. You could feel the movement, but we all felt very safe. Great views! From there you walk through a garden...More
This flood control project from 256BC is amazing in that is does not use dams but simply redirects water flow to mitigate sediment deposits and since completion no flooding has occurred.
There is really little to see but they have done a good job of...More
Didn’t realize it was so expensive until we got there. It was almost 100/person interesting walk around the dam. Took us about 2-3 hours to walk across the dam, take photos and to hike the hill on the opposite side to exit where we came...More
This impressive engineering project from over 2000 years ago offers interesting knowledge and beautiful views. There is a stage show once a day, starting from 10am. Worth watching. There are two suspension bridges, and a temple on the steep mountain. Worth hiring a guide for...More
This is a remarkable place that speaks of ingenuity, perseverance and great engineering, some hundreds of years ago. The irrigation system itself is set within a park. It’s a big area to cover, so if you can’t walk that much, or don’t have lost of...More