Vietnam has many spectacularly invested cable car systems, giving visitors the experience of seeing beautiful scenery from above as well as shortening the travel distance between locations. Among them, Hon Thom cable car is the most prominent because it holds the world record for the category of “the longest sea-crossing 3-wire cable car on the planet”.
Recently, a clip that is being circulated on TikTok further proves the spectacular and monumental level of this work. Accordingly, an excited tourist took out his phone to record the view from inside the Hon Thom cable car cabin. While filming, she commented that the cable car pole “looks terrible”.
The experience of sitting on the world’s longest sea-crossing cable car makes visitors extremely excited
However, just a few seconds after the cable car moved over the pier and was about to cross the ocean, both tourists and passengers in the cabin simultaneously said “oh” loudly with excitement, some even exclaimed “so high” go” before this experience.
Under the comments section, many netizens expressed their admiration at the spectacular view from the cable car. Some people even expressed their wishes if they had the opportunity to come Phu Quoc definitely have to try the experience.
Hon Thom cable car is considered the pride of Phu Quoc people in particular and Vietnamese people in general. This cable car system has been awarded a world record in the category of “the world’s longest 3-wire cable car across the sea” thanks to its length of 7899.9m (ie nearly 8km).
Hon Thom cable car was put into use on February 4, 2018, connecting An Thoi town through Hon Roi and Hon Dua islands to Hon Thom in Phu Quoc. This cable car system has a total of 2 stations with 6 cable pylons (in which the largest pillar has a height of up to 174m), 69 cabins with a capacity of up to 30 guests/cabin, operating speed can be up to 8 ,5m/s, capable of carrying up to 3,500 people in 1 hour.
Putting the Hon Thom cable car system into use has saved half of the travel time from An Thoi to Hon Thom, from 30 minutes by canoe at sea to only 15 minutes.
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