Did you know there’s a glass-bottomed bridge in southern China that’s 430 meters long, stretches just six meters wide, and stands an incredible 300 meters in the air? It’s called the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge and is the world’s highest and longest of its kind. It’s been giving people the thrill, or fright – depending on who you ask, of their lives since it opened to the public in 2016. But it’s not the only structure in China causing a stir.
Get ready to be “in the know” about China’s scary structures.