China is one of the biggest tourist destinations because of its beautiful culture and longest glass bridge. Not too long ago, it was a moment of joy for globetrotters from different parts of the world as China’s popular Tianmen Mountains got a new tourist hotspot in the form of a glass- bottomed walkway.
Titled as the Coiling Dragon Cliff, the 330- foot-long glass walkway got the world’s attention for being the longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge in the world. It’s pretty horrific and even your heart can come in your mouth if you willing to see the heights.
Longest glass Bridge closed
Located in the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, a popular tourist spot in China, the bridge offered its visitors a breathtaking panorama of the mountains. No doubt, the bridge attracted a huge number of tourists who travelled to the place from different parts.
It was opened two weeks earlier; the bridge has been shut down in order to undergo ‘an internal system upgrade’. This happened mainly because the bridge received an overwhelming number of tourists who flock to the 980-feet- high transparent structure in the last few days alone.
According to officials, the bridge was designed to support a maximum of 800 people at a time, and it has received as many as 10,000 tourists a day since its opening.