Tourists Watch Qiantang River Tidal Bore in China

StoryfulWeather Published September 28, 2018 0 Plays

Rumble The Qiantang River tidal bore at the Chinese city of Haining, in Zhejiang province, drew a huge crowd this week. The world’s largest tidal bore forms when tides force water from Hangzhou Bay into the mouth of the Qiantang River creating waves of up to nine feet tall which can reach speeds of 25 mph, according to National Geographic. The natural phenomenon has become a date in the diary for tourists and surfers. Credit: chinawangzeyu via Storyful