AquaDom – Berlin, Germany
Here’s a way to feel a part of the marine life – ride the transparent elevator up through the middle of this 25-metre-high glass aquarium. An attraction of the Berlin Sea Life Centre, the AquaDom is the largest cylindrical tank in the world and has more than 1,500 fish of 97 different species swimming in over 1 million litres of water.
Bailong Elevator – Zhangjiajie, China
If you’ve ever wanted to rock climb, but were too afraid to do so, this elevator ride is the next best thing. The Bailong Elevator, meaning “Hundred Dragons Elevator”, is one of the world’s highest outdoor elevators and is built onto the side of a cliff in the Wulingyuan area of Zhangjiajie, China. Passengers are sure to get a spectacular view as the glass elevator rises up against a steep cliff face to an altitude of 330 metres high.
SkyView – Stockholm, Sweden
Aptly named, this elevator offers an incredible view of the sky. The two glass gondolas travel up two sets of rails on the exterior of the world’s largest spherical building, the Ericsson Globe, carrying passengers to the top of the structure at 130 metres above sea level.