1. Shengsi, an abandoned fishing village.
At the mouth of the river Yangtze in China there is an unusual place - a fishing village captured by the forces of nature and left by people.
These photos were taken Jane Qing, residing in Shanghai, in them he conveyed the atmosphere of this lost place in a beautiful archipelago.
2. Wonderland, an unfinished amusement park.
Somewhere between Beijing и Great Wall of Chinarising above the plains Hebei there is a lonely, unfinished castle.
The complex was planned as an analogue Disneyland. But something went wrong.
3. UFO city (Taiwan)
There are a lot of rumors about this legendary place. Known as "UFO city“, this residential complex was supposedly built by the government Taipei and was to become a luxury resort.
But at the final stage of construction in the early 80s, the 20th century, it was decided to abandon this project. Possible causes were cited as a real estate crisis, substandard materials used in isolation, and even the death of workers.
4. Bokor Hill Station (Cambodia)
Station Bokor Hill located on the mountain Phnom Bokor, Cambodia. The only way to get to this place is by making a long journey over an overgrown dirt road to an altitude of 3000 feet.
At this peak, you can see the remains of the complex. The place is quite popular with tourists, although land mines from the war are still a very specific threat to visitors who deviate from the beaten path.
5. Hashima Island in Japan
Perhaps one of the most famous urban places not only in Asia, but throughout the world - the island Hashimalso called Gunkanjima (Battleship Island).
From the air, this man-made island resembles an impregnable fortress, inside which, according to various sources, various events could take place. Officially functioned from 1887 to 1974, the owners of the island were the company Mitsubishi, who mine coal here.
There were rumors about forced labor and the use of child labor around the place. The island played a key role in Japan's industrialization until oil finally replaced coal. In the 1960s, the production of the island was reduced, in 1974 Mitsubishi closed the mine and 835 people per hectare of the population left Hashima Island.
The rights to the island and property have since been transferred to the city of Nagasaki, located 15 kilometers away.