China Builds World’s Longest Glass Walkway On A Mountain
It extends more than 80 metres (262 feet) from a cliff face.
Costs £4.5 million to construct.
Not more than 30 visitors are allowed to stand on the transparent bridge at any one time.
China’s obsession with glass-bottomed walkways has reached a new level.
A theme park in the city of Chongqing has built a terrifying transparent walkway which extends more than 80 metres (262 feet) from a cliff face above a vertigo inducing 120-metre drop (390 feet).
The impressive A-shaped bridge has overtaken another observation deck in Chongqing to become the world’s longest cantilevered glass-bottomed walkway.