China’s unveiled newest glass walkway might be its most terrifying yet. It is another best terrifyingly high glass-bottomed skywalk has been unveiled in the mountains of southern China. It becomes famous tourism place. It represents the thrill and excitement sky walk.
The bridge walkway, which opened to the public Aug. 1, is just 1.6 meters wide, and the sheer 1.5 km drop ensures dizzying views of the park. The mountainous area is particularly popular with tourists for its remarkable natural scenery as well as for its relatively new attractions, the glass-bottomed walkways. It is The simply opened Coiling Dragon Cliff skywalk offers tourists and thrill seeker the opportunity to take in confounding height and stunning vertical drops.
It also provides a gut-churning view of the 300m drop below. Their tourism is thrill and safe like the suspension bridge had and its strength put to the test on June 25 when officials smashed part of the glass surface with a sledgehammer.
Visitors could be seen testing out the walkway with some taking fun and risky selfies, while others clung to the Cliffside and avoided looking down altogether. If you are thrill lover people so you have to take this thrill enjoyment. It is basically thrill and safe sky walk with proved with various experiment (Chinatopix via AP) but when terrified tourists noticed cracks growing in the glass beneath their feet. It has already welcomed visitors to try out its dizzying heights for themselves.