The world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge


Those who have a fear of heights may want to look away now: the world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge has opened in China.

Based on an old wooden walkway spanning two peaks of Buddha Mountain in Hunan, Hero’s bridge has attracted tourists from all over the world.

The 300 metre walk is certainly not for the faint-hearted, with breathtaking views somewhat countered by a 180 metre drop.

Reinforced with steel and high-impact panels, the bridge is surprisingly (and thankfully) sturdy.

Take a closer look – if you dare – at the bridge here and tell us if you would take on Hero’s bridge.

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