Don't look down. If you fear heights, that is. But, if you love adventure and seek some thrill, this glass bridge in Zhangjiajie Canyon in China should be on your bucket list.
The bridge is located in Zhangjiajie National Forest, the place that inspired the mountains in the flick 'Avatar'.
The 430-metre long, six metre wide bridge, paved with 99 panes of three-layer transparent glasses, hangs between two steep cliffs 300 metres above the ground, Xinhua news agency reported. The bridge has set 10 world records spanning its design and construction, according to the committee.
According to a report in BBC, glass bridges in China have been a popular craze for the daring photo opportunities they provide. Events like mass yoga displays and even weddings have been staged on several such bridges.
(With inputs from Agencies)