This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Aug 25, 20145 Highest Places To Visit Before You DieProlly JUST a list of the places you should try to visit before dying. Yes, dying.by patriciabaCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Spiral Staircase blazepress.com This undeniably crazy staircase that rises to 91 meters high can be found in China, in the Taihang Mountains. Going up though, can be scary. You can try to hire a scissor lift rental service to get you halfway up there. It’ll help tamp down on any fear you might have of heights. Also, having a boom lift rental unit in place will save you—and your legs—from having to go down that long, winding staircase when it’s time to go. For other local sights though, the Wahuang Palace is quite close by, just along the forested area of Handan. That one’s been around since the Qi Dynasty, so it’ll appeal to your touristy interest for historical and ancient sites if you and your pals happen to have one. 2. Haiku Stairs buzzfed.com Want to feel closer to the sky on your hike? The Haiku Stairs of Oahu, Hawaii attracts a lot of local hikers every day. It really isn’t open to the public at this time but many people still go there to make the climb anyway. For some, it’s a test of endurance and skill. For others, it’s just for sheer fun. Make sure you’re fit and healthy though before you make the climb. Better safe than sorry. 3. The Petronas Towers blazepress.com These buildings are 1,500 foot tall each and the bridge that connects the two structures is only at 550 feet tall, about a third of the way up. And that’s a long, long way up if you happen to tilt your head back for a look. Still, it remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, especially for thrill-seekers and tourists who love going to high places. 4. Trolltunga blazepress.com This rock formation hangs 2,300 feet right above the lake of Ringedalsvatnet. Can you imagine standing that close to the edge, from that height? This amazing, selfie-worthy spot can be found in Norway. It’s a great spot for picnics, surprise proposals, group shots—whatever you basically put there is a win. The dramatic landscape will ensure that each and every time. 5. Tiger’s Nest Built to rise over 3,120 meters in the air and perched on the edge of a cliff—specifically, on the Cliffside of Paro Valley—this monastery over in Bhutan is sure to take your breath away. Also known as the Palphug Monastery or Tiger’s Nest, the structure is a Himalayan Buddhist sacred site. It’s also well known as the cultural icon of the country. Tourists who want to see the place come alive with tradition should consider visiting the place for the months of March or April, during the Tsechu festival. That one is sure to be a wonderful cultural treat.