The new and rather scary glass bridge that recently opened in central China’s Hunan Province offers thrill-seekers a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the scenery below.
And while many tourists initially seemed too afraid to cross the bridge, it now seems that people just can’t get enough of it.
The number of visitors to the 300-meter bridge at Shiniuzhai National Geological Park reached a new high on Sunday, the fourth day of China’s week-long National Day holiday.
Take a look at the crowd that’s been gathering to walk on the bridge, which is 180 meters above the ground.
The Yuntaishan glass bridge developed a crack on October 5, 2015, causing panic among the holidaymakers who visit the tourist attraction for a thrill. The bridge is located in Central China’s Henan province. “I heard a bang from under…Everybody is screaming. I cried, ‘It’s really …