China’s Glass Bridge is a symbol of high end architecture and technology which annually attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. This wonder of modern times as we like to call it is also the longest glass walk in the world, a record established by engineers like Yang Guohong. China’s Glass Bridge is also an important element in the field of tourism growth, a very well developed segment in the country.
Regardless the astronomic economical growth in China, where exports and banks have enormous profits, China is also appreciated for the high standards in tourism. China’s Glass Bridge is a test for everyone’s emotions or height sick, being a totally transparent suspended bridge at 300 meters high. Since the grand opening many dare devils have quit the grand passing of China’s Glass Bridge once they reached the top. Being at such a high distance from earth between two mountains, feelings start mixing up and adrenaline overcomes fear. For those used to walking freely at altitudes, mountain enthusiasts or bungee jumping experts may find China’s Glass Bridge as a relaxing moment in the middle of the nature.
Guests do not have to worry about anything regarding their safety on their walk on the bridge due to a strong and professionally designed steel structure. Levitating over the Zhangjiazjie canyon on a wind moving suspended bridge with a completely transparent floor under your feet can turn into one of a lifetime moment worth of a bucket list.