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Famous scenic waterfall in China goes viral after video appears to show water coming from pipe


A famous waterfall in China has drawn even more attention than usual – after a video revealed that its majestic falls may be artificially supplied by a water pipe.

The Yuntai Waterfall is located in Yuntai Mountain Park, a major tourist attraction in China’s north-central Henan province. The park has an AAAAA rating – the highest given to a tourist attraction by the country’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

But the source of the water, described by the park’s website as “like the Milky Way flying down,” has come under scrutiny. A video posted on Chinese social media this week appears to show a pipe supplying water to the 314-meter-tall (1,030-foot) falls – suggesting their source may not be as all-natural as visitors had been led to believe.

A screenshot from a video showing the pipes in Yuntai Waterfall.

Yuntai Mountain Park’s management responded to the video, explaining how changes in the dry season necessitated the extra boost to the falls.

“(The waterfall) cannot guarantee to meet the public in its most beautiful appearance due to season changes,” they said, adding that the waterfall underwent “a tiny improvement during dry season.”

The park’s management also expressed gratitude for the attention, promising that the waterfall would greet guests this summer in its “most perfect and most natural form.”

Another screenshot from the video.

While the video shocked many people in China, others on social media applauded the park’s response.

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“The source of a waterfall is not what people came to see anyway, I don’t think it counts as lying to the public” said one Weibo user.

“You are there to