10 Thrilling Routes That Will Make Your Travel Experiences Memorable

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This article is dedicated to all the adventurous people located across the world. We are sharing with you top 10 chilling and mind-blowing places which are not less than an adventure to travel. In this list we have included some road, train and air ways which can give you goosebumps while visiting them.

#1 Chennai-Rameshwaram Railways, India

1.Chennai-Rameshwaram Railway route

2.Chennai-Rameshwaram Railway route

Chennai-Rameshwaram Railway route connects South India (Chennai) to Rameshwaram island. The bridge was build 103-years ago and has very low-lying cantilevers. It is 2,065 meters long. While travelling on the bridge, you can only see water on both sides of the train.

#2 The Maeklong Railway, Thailand

1.The Maeklong Railway, Thailand

2.The Maeklong Railway, Thailand1

At first sight, Maeklong Market looks like all other normal Thai Markets. But suddenly you  hear the whistle of the train passing right through the market stalls and shopkeepers taking their goods away and folding their tents instantly to give way to the train which is moving at the speed of 15 km/hr. The market is literally located on the tracks.

#3 Guoliang Tunnel Road

1.Guoliang Tunnel Road route

2.Guoliang Tunnel Road

 this 16-feet-high and 13-feet-wide mountain road is located in Huixian, Xinxiang, Henan, China. In 1970s, 13 villagers constructed this mountain. The Guoliang Tunnel is 1.2 km (0.75 mi) long. Because of its small width and location  it is considered one of the most dangerous roads in the world

#4 The “Nose of the Devil” Railway, Ecuador

1.The Nose of the Devil Railway Ecuador

2.The Nose of the Devil Railway Ecuador

The “Nose of the Devil” railway is constructed on the rock of the same name. Its altitude is 800 m (2,624 ft). Before sometime, tourists were allowed to sit on the roofs of the wagon running here. But now its totally prohibited.

#5 Tianmen Mountain Road, China

Tianmen Mountain Road, China

The road has 99 bends and is 11 km long. It leads to the top of Tianmen Mountain where the Buddhist temple is located. It is also known among one of the most dangerous roads in the world.

#6 Mumbai Local Trains, India

1.Mumbai Local Trains

2.Mumbai Local Trains

India is also known for having the largest railway network in the world. Mumbai Local consist of inner suburban railway lines and remains overcrowded daily. Nearly 7.6 million people travel in Mumbai Local Trains every day.

#7 Hairy landing at Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten

Princess Juliana International Airport

It is one of the most busiest airports in the Caribbean. To land on Princess Juliana International Airport, pilots have to fly over the beach, cross over the fence across the road and then land.The airport landing strip is just too short at only 7,150 long. Large aircraft need at least 8,000 feet to ensure a safe landing while for some heavy planes, safe landing is about 10,000 feet.

#8 Gisborne Airport, New Zealand

Gisborne Airport, New Zealand

Gisborne Airport is a small regional airport that is located on the western outskirts of Gisborne, the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The airport at Gisborne has a  train tracks crossing the runway

#9 Zoji La Pass, India

Zoji La Pass india

The Zoji La Pass is a 9-km mountain road connects Kashmir to Ladakh. It is constructed over the mountain at a height of 3,528 meters with no barrier on one side and mountain rock fence on the other.

#10 Vitim River Bridge

Vitim River Bridges Vitim River Bridges

Vitim River Bridge is located in Siberia. It is a 6 feet wide bridge with no railing or fencing around it. It is 570-meter-long and freezes frequently.