Guizhou has always been a big mountain tourism province, with cool and pleasant climate, primitive and natural scenery, and numerous torrents and waterfalls collided with the ups and downs of the terrain. To see the waterfall, people's first impression is nothing more than Huangguoshu waterfall in Guizhou Province. It is one of the largest waterfalls in the world, with a height of 77.8 meters. It is composed of more than ten ground waterfalls and underground waterfalls with different poses. It is located in Zhenning Buyi and Miao Autonomous County, Anshun City, Guizhou Province. But what Xiaobian wants to talk about today is a waterfall of wanghong high-rise building. Do you want to know where it is?
Huangguoshu waterfall is the largest waterfall in Guizhou and one of the most famous waterfalls in China. However, Guizhou's first wanghong '100 meter waterfall tower', located at 108 meters high, is 30 meters higher than Huangguoshu waterfall. The waterfall, built by man, is intended to claim to the world the tourism culture of Guizhou as a city of mountains and rivers and a capital of Liangdu. Located in the fission square, the CBD center of Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, the 100 meter high-rise waterfall has always been the most beautiful waterfall in the world.
The building where the waterfall is located is 121 meters high, and the building of landscape waterfall is 108 meters high. According to industry estimates, if the waterfall is opened, the average hourly electricity consumption will reach 800 yuan. If it is opened 24 hours a day, the daily electricity consumption will be about 20000 yuan.
There are also netizens who strongly support it: "for enterprises with more than 100 meters high buildings, the daily electricity charge of 20000 is not a big expense, but it brings a brand-new fashion atmosphere to Guizhou tourism. It's worth the money! '
The person in charge of the building said that the waterfall would not be open all the time. Most of the time, it would be closed. Generally, it would not be opened until grand festivals and special scenes.
Throughout the country's tourist cities, there are many such landscape projects. For example, the Hongya cave in wanghong, Chongqing, which costs 385 million yuan to build, and the fireworks on Saturday in Juzizhou, Changsha, which cost more than 200000 yuan each time, all cost a lot of money.
It is because a city has its representative unique business card that it can attract more tourists and promote the cultural exchange between cities, so that the urban economy can develop in a good way.
What do you think of wanghong's 100 meter waterfall tower in Guizhou?