Well, we’re still patiently waiting for Zhangjiajie to open its world’s highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge, but we suppose this will just have to do for now.
The “Coiling Dragon Cliff” skywalk opened on Monday twisting around the sides of Zhangjiajie’s Tianmen Mountain. It becomes just the latest in a long series of terrifying glass walkways that China has built on the side of Guizhou canyons and Shanghai skyscrapers. Who wants to give this one a shot?
According to Sina, the glass-bottomed walkway is 100 meters long. No word yet if it has been stress tested with a sledgehammer or an SUV. So proceed at your own risk.
Some brave souls even brought their babies along:
Check out this neato aerial video of the skywalk:
In case you try out the “Coiling Dragon Cliff” and it leaves you wanting more; boy, did you ever come to the right country. There’s this skywalk at Longgang National Geological Park in Chongqing:
And this one outside of Baoding city, Hebei province:
If you’re looking for something closer to home, then take the subway over to the Jin Mao Tower and then the elevator up the 88th floor:
And if you’re looking for a good make-out spot for the upcoming Chinese Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong with this glass-bottomed skywalk in Guizhou:
Just remember, don’t look down.
By Sophie Wang
[Images via Sina News]