Well, perhaps you may have heard about China’s newest attraction is a glass-bottomed suspension bridge that straddles two rocky peaks, 300 meters apart, located in Pingjiang county, in the province of Hunan, southern China. Would you like to walk across this bridge? The beautiful structure stretches between two rocky peaks but is different from the Cliffside Bridge in Baoding, Hebei province, in that it actually moves when the wind blows. The breathtaking bridge hangs 180 meters above ground, and in fact sways with the wind, and the glass bottom wasn’t frightening enough. If anyone becomes really paralyzed with anxiety, particularly trained staff is available who’ll inspire and coax fear-stricken tourist to make the journey across.
So far there’re very few people say it’s too scary but have pointed out that if they feel scared, they should consider about the person that has to clean underneath. That generally gets people moving. The latest new glass bridge joins another vertigo inducing attraction – the glass-bottomed cliff-side pathway in Zhangjiajie, China, perched 1,900 meters above sea level, on the side of the Tianmen Mountain.