The longest bottomed glass bridge lately opened in Shiniuzhai Geopark in the Chinese region of Hunan. It’s about 300 meters long and 180 meters high.
“I believe in nature, harmony, balance and beauty,” said architect of the bridge Haim Dotan. “Nature is beautiful as is. The Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge was designed to be invisible as possible — a white bridge disappearing into the clouds.”
This terrifying bridge connects two cliffs of Stone Buddha Mountain. To reconstruct previously wood bridge into glass bridge, 11 engineers worked 12 hours a day. The floor is made of double layer glass which is 25x stronger than window glass.
Despite that claim, many individuals who attempted to cross the bridge have been reportedly “scared to move.”