One would think a tea park would offer nothing but zen activities but the one in Xuan’en County in central China’s Hubei Province is offering an activity to suit their guest’s more adventurous side with a suspended bridge that uses ropes, planks, and tires for walkways.
Recently, China unveiled one of the most terrifying structures made by man. No, it’s not a creepy castle or a tunnel of pitch-black darkness. What we’re referring to is the world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge–and it’s not for the faint of heart.
Steve Messam created the freestanding arch from 22,000 sheets of paper in the English countryside over a stream in the Grisedale Valley, Patterdale using nothing but the physics of compression
Tourists looking for the ultimate way to cure their fear of heights can check out southern China’s new glass-bottomed bridge in Pingjiang County. 180 meters above ground and spanning 300 meters across, the bridge will either terrify you or give your thrill-seeking soul its due.