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Q: Bungee jumping or other extreme sports in Guangzhou?

There's nothin in Shenzhen - nada. Anyone know if Guangzhou has something in terms of parachute jumping or bungee jumping?

8 years 10 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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There's a 45 meter drop at Baiyun Shan here:

Sante Extreme Sports Center
Add: Near Yuntai Garden, Baiyun Hill, Guangzhou
地址:广州市白云山风景区云台花园
Tel: 020 3722 9871
Opening hours: 09:00-20:00

You can also paraglide off the top of Huangqi mountain:

Add: A2, 60 Xianlie Dongheng Lu, Guangzhou
地址:广州市先烈东横路60号A2室(星坊60文化创意产业园内,星海音乐学院后门)
Tel: 020 2829 6213, 131 8908 6880
Website: http://www.glideclub.com/main/home/main.php (Text in Chinese)
Getting there: Glide Club’s headquarters is a place called Fly Bar, located behind the Xinghai Conservatory of Music, very near to Ping Pong Bar (see address above).

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you really are going to trust chinese with making a quality rope????????????????

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