China has continued to amaze the world with technological achievements. This latest one may be scary but it is amazing.
Would YOU dare to walk on it?
It extends more than 80 metres (262 feet) from a cliff face.
Costs £4.5 million to construct.
No more than 30 visitors are allowed to stand on the transparent bridge at any one time.
China’s obsession with glass-bottomed walkways has reached a new level.
A theme park in the city of Chongqing has built a terrifying transparent walkway which extends more than 80 metres (262 feet) from a cliff face above a vertigo inducing 120-metre drop (390 feet).
The impressive A-shaped bridge has overtaken another observation deck in Chongqing to become the world’s longest cantilevered glass-bottomed walkway.
VIEW: What do you think about this technological feat? Would you take a walk on this bridge if you are given opportunity to do so? When will Nigeria achieve this?