If you love aerial view, then China’s latest glass-bottomed bridge is perfect site you can’t missed. The structure crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie, inspired with American blockbuster Avatar. It is easily called world’s highest and longest glass bottomed bridge. The massive number of visitors flocked on the grand opening day of bridge, hardly left any space to see sheer drop below. The bridge spans roughly 1,400 feet across two peaks and is suspended 300 meters above a sheer drop. The structure is 19ft 8in wide and made of some 99 panels of clear glass which can carry up to 800 people at the same time.

So, it crosses a canyon that divides two mountain cliffs in Zhangjiajie Park, in China’s central Hunan province. The visitors feel awe-inspired by this bridge never afraid, perfect safe place, offering a unique experience. The glass is robust quality, can’t even broke with hammer or drive car on it. Therefore, only 8,000 people each day will be allowed to cross the bridge and only 600 at any one time. However, cameras and selfie sticks are banned, and people wearing stilettos will not be allowed to walk on the bridge. A Hollywood photographer visited the area in 2008, taking images which were used for the film. So, whenever you visit China, it’s a must visit place will give you unique experience of life.  Source: Dailymail

The structure crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie, inspired with American blockbuster Avatar.

The structure crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie, inspired with American blockbuster Avatar.

It is easily called world’s highest and longest glass bottomed bridge.

It is easily called world’s highest and longest glass bottomed bridge.

Those who cross the bridge earlier in the day were treated to views of the spectacular 984ft sheer drop underfoot

Those who cross the bridge earlier in the day were treated to views of the spectacular 984ft sheer drop underfoot

Tourists can walk across the bridge, designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan, and the more adventurous will be able to bungee jump or ride a zip line

Tourists can walk across the bridge, designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan, and the more adventurous will be able to bungee jump or ride a zip line

The new glass-bottomed bridge crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie - the same ranges that inspired the American blockbuster Avatar

The new glass-bottomed bridge crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie – the same ranges that inspired the American blockbuster Avatar

The structure is six metres (19ft8in) wide and made of some 99 panels of clear glass

The structure is six metres (19ft8in) wide and made of some 99 panels of clear glass

 

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