A new bridge created with glass-bottomed suspension has opened in Shiniuzhai Geopark in Hunan, central China. It is the world’s longest glass-bottomed walkway which is 590 foot above the canyon below and 984 foot long.
The new glass-bottom walkway has been transformed from a normal wooden one into the new construction. 11 engineers were involved in transforming this bridge. A group of brave tourists became the first visitors to cross the new glass-bottomed which is 590 foot high. This bridge is first of its kind in the world. This bridge is situated in province of Hunan. This bridge has become incredibly popular for Chinese thrill-seekers. More and more tourists are getting attracted to glass bottomed walkway. The glass panes forming the footpath are said to be 25 times stronger than regular window glass.
We have some photos of tourists standing on the see-through walkway