If you're not a fan of heights, fast speeds, and stomach-churning twists and turns, then now's your time to turn back. If you do enjoy those things, then you'll be preparing for a trip to Taiwan, because that's where the "Gravity Max" is, a one-of-a-kind roller coaster that you won't find in the U.S. Head down below to get some first-person perspective of a few individuals who braved the looping amusement ride.

What's so unique and special about the "Gravity Max"? Well, the roller coaster - also called a tilt coaster - disassembles itself as it travel towards the drop point, then reassembles itself by tilting the entire track back to connect the train to the rest of the ride. There are points in the ride where the train is suspended in the air, perpendicular to the ground. Cue the screams.

"Gravity Max" has been around since 2002. You can see it in action below.