No doubt Niulanjiang Waterfall is absolutely a natural wonder on planet earth and would be a spectacular experience to see them up close, particularly this one in China which is entirely man-made. Therefore, the largest man-made waterfall named Niulanjiang Waterfall has opened to the public in Kunming in China’s Yunnan Province. This is easily called the largest man-made water in Asia as well.
This stunning waterfall is 12.5 meters high and 400 meters wide and was formed as part of a project designed to divert water from the Niulan River into Dianchi Lake, the biggest freshwater lake in Yunnan. Moreover, the diversion will not only support shrink-flooding in the Niulan River but will also help function as a water supply for emergencies. This beneficial project took almost two years to complete at a cost of 1.1 billion yuan (approximately 170 million US dollars).
A beautiful park was made around the waterfalls for the public could come and enjoy the scenery for free. It has created a new unique water landscape of Kunming. Furthermore, it is notified that there’s 60% of underground water has been polluted in China, and water quality has been a big problem for China, therefore, water resource shortage and worsened water resource environment is not only the restricted condition of our drainage area economic development but also have led to a bad influence on human’s health.
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