China has officially opened the longest glass-bottomed suspension bridge in the world. The bridge is located in the Hebei Province’s Hongyagu Scenic Area.
The bridge, which is definitely a test of a tourist’s bravery spans 488 meters (1,600 feet) over a vertical drop of 218 meters (715 feet). Tourists were spotted trooping to the bridge to have the idea of what it feels like walking at a height with a view of the earth underneath.
“Hongyagu glass suspension bridge marks the 2.0 era for China’s glass-bottomed bridge,” says Yang Minghua, the chairman of Hebei’s Bailu Group, which created the span linking two peaks in the mountainous region of northeastern China.