The Glass Bridge in China
October 20, 2016 2:47am CST
If you wish to break free from fear of heights, then it is better to embrace oneself while walking on the glass bridge in Zhangjiaejie Grand Canyon, China. In some way, you will be familiar with the untouched place if ever you had watched the Avatar movie. The difference, the Avatar is being animated and the mountains of Zhangjiaejie Grand Canyon is in reality. Visitors from different places inspired to walk in the world’s highest and longest glass-bottom bridge. It is really a breathtaking moment. It was noted that the volume of people flock to the place and limited only on a daily basis.
There are all types of bridges around the world, but in China, there is one that has already set a number of records. We’re talking about the Zhangjiajie gla...
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20 Oct 16
and because of the demand of tourist flocking the area to step the glass bridge end to end the Chinese authority decided to close it 13 days after it was officially opened...probably the volume of tourist that will step on the bridge on a particular time will result in the collapse of the glass bridge. i would like to try it someday soon though.
20 Oct 16
I've seen videos of people (and sometimes their pets) trying to walk across the bridge... It's hilarious at times but I really pity them with their look on their faces... It's amazing to see them trying to let a car cross it too... pretty durable...