Would YOU take a ride on it? Giant swing with 60ft long ropes opens on the edge of a 1,000ft cliff in China
A Chinese theme park known for its extreme tourist attractions has opened a giant swing over a whopping 300-metre (1,000ft) drop.
The vertigo-inducing rocking seat is attached to a beam as high as 18 metres (59ft) - the equivalent to a six-storey building.
It's the fifth extreme swing in the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park, situated in Chongqing, which also has a transparent walkway 120 metres (390ft) above the ground.
Every day, up to 4,000 people flock to the park to take a ride on the unique swings, according to a spokesperson.
The extra-ordinary swing opened to the public on April 29.
In a video provided by the theme park, various tourists can be seen being strapped to the seat, pulled up to a 90-degree point facing the ground before being catapulted into the air over the valley.
A spokesperson from the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park told MailOnline that the swing is '100 per cent safe'.