In July of this current year, China's beautiful Zhangjiajie National Park will be opening the first bridge of its kind. The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Skywalk is situated to be the world's longest and most elevated glass-bottomed bridge, coming in at 1,410 feet long, 20 feet wide, and 984 feet over the ground. The glass structure is being composed by Israeli-based engineer Haim Dotan and numerous trust that it will turn into a Wonder of the World, particularly since it speaks to interesting structural engineering that tests the points of confinement of human inventiveness.
Once the skywalk is uncovered, it will have the capacity to hold up to 800 individuals immediately. It will likewise include the world's most noteworthy bungee hop, taking the title from Macau Tower's unimaginable 764-foot high fascination. Notwithstanding these world records, the extension will absolutely add an advanced component to the national park, which is said to have been the motivation behind the planet of Pandora in James Cameron's film Avatar.
Source : Zhangjiajie National Park Website