Operating costs are so expensive that Chinese landlords only open waterfalls for 10-20 minutes on special occasions.
The building in Guizhou Province (China) attracts attention as it arranges a huge waterfall up to 108 meters high. Meanwhile, the height of the building is 121m.
“Our building has a 4-storey water tank built underground, water is pumped and reused,” said Cheng, a real estate spokesman.
Four large pumps are used to bring water up.
On sunny days, torrential flow of water creates a rainbow.
However, the cost of operating waterfalls is quite high, about $ 116 per hour.
Therefore, the building only operates cascades on special occasions, in about 10-20 minutes.