Ba Na Hills’ cable car made 4 Guinness records
After 420 days constructing constantly, the third cable car route of the Ba Na Slings and Services JST is going to open on March 29, 2013.
After 420 days constructing constantly, the third cable car route of the Ba Na Slings and Services JST is going to open on March 29, 2013. This is also the one and only cable car road that possesses 4 Guinness records by the Guinness World Records.
Accordingly, records made by Ba Na Hills’ slings includes the longest one-wire sling with a the length of 5,777.61m; the longest distance between each station of 1,368.93m; the longest unpatched wire in the world of 11,587m; and finally the heaviest cable roll in the world of 141.24 tons.
Thanks to the launch of this new route, visitors to Ba Na Hills may reduce traveling time to only 17 minutes and more choice amongst 86 cabins that may load 10 people each, average capacity of 1,500 guests/ hour. The total investment of this new sling reaches 30 million Europe.
Located 25 km to the West of Da Nang City, the Ba Na Hills tourism centre and resorts is considered an excellent tourism spot that is a venue of historical values, natural landscapes and high-quality services.
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