The cliff is a place that frightens most tourists, not to mention the fear of heights. Let's take a look at the five most thrilling cliffs in the world. The following five cliffs, some are known for their steepness, and some are famous for their ancient and beauty.

1. Sanaa-Haggala – Yemen

Hajara is located to the west of the city of Manaha, on the hills of Haraz, the village was built in the 12th century by quarrying stones from a nearby mountainside. Due to the high terrain (2200 meters above sea level), it is shrouded in clouds and mist all year round, as if being in a fairyland. The ancient city here has charming markets and labyrinth-like alleys. Lunch is specially arranged in Manaha Town. After dinner, you can enjoy Yemen's famous machete dance. The dancers are all boys, dancing scimitars, wearing traditional costumes, and experiencing Yemen's alternative traditional performances.

2. Pulpit Rock – Norway

Pulpit Rock in Norway is a 604-meter-high cliff in Norway, opposite the Kjerag plateau. The top of the cliff is close to 25 square meters and the square is very flat. It is a famous tourist attraction in Norway. Backpackers who have worked hard to climb to the top of the cliff can enjoy the spectacular view of the Lysefjord from the flat top, which is about 604 meters high. Nearly 100,000 tourists visit the cliff top each year, and the flat top covers an area of about 6,400 square feet.

3. Ronda – Malaga Province / Spain

Ronda is a small town in the northwestern hinterland of the province of Malaga, Andalusia, Spain. It was born in the era of the Roman Empire, and its old city stands on a cliff hundreds of meters above sea level, giving people a thrilling and magnificent feeling. The city mostly adopts Spanish architectural style, with white walls and white houses. It is also known as "white hilltop town" and is known as "the most suitable city for elopement". The Nuebo Bridge (New Bridge) spans the Grand Canyon to connect the old and new urban areas, and the transition is very natural and decent.

4. Mesa Verde - Colorado/United States

Mesa Verde National Park features well-preserved cliff dwellings, steep canyons, rugged, narrow mountain roads and beautiful deserts. Such a place, supported by history and roaming with souls, naturally has its spirit, which makes people moved. When archaeologists excavated the Mesa Verde site, they also found reservoirs that filled the fields, remnants of domesticated turkeys, pottery with black colors on a white background, exquisite stone bone tools and hand-woven cotton cloth. It can be seen that the social culture at that time has developed to a very high level.

5. Castellfollit de la Roca Mountain Town – Spain

Known as one of the most photogenic Spanish mountain towns, it is located in Girona, Catalonia. This mountain town with a population of less than 1,000 people is located on a 50-meter-high basalt. A medieval old town in the town is the center here, surrounded by many shops and houses, and, here is the "gate" of the Garrotxa volcanic area - the best volcanic landscape of the Iberian Peninsula is here.