At a dizzying height of 120 metres (400 feet) above a gaping chasm, the glass-bottomed skywalk in China pumps your adrenaline like very few things can. Stretching almost 70 metres, this V-shaped spine-chilling walkway is both horrifying and exhilarating at the same time.
Starting from a cliff face in southwest Chongqing, this glassway offers stunning views of the ground below. This terrifying skywalk restricts entry to 30 people at a time. Though some people are brave enough to strike a pose at this scary bridge, there are many who struggle to even move forward, holding on to the handrails to protect their dear life.
This mind-blowing structure at the Ordovician park has won the distinction of being the longest such structure in the world, and was certified thus by the Guinness World Records.
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By Neetu George