The Glass Bridge in China is a Recreational Venue

China has works that are very phenomenal to attract domestic and foreign tourists from abroad. The work is in the form of a glass bridge that has no match and which is reserved for pedestrians only. Bridges built between two hills with a depth of 300 meters and 430 meters long in the process has cost $ 3.4 million (Rp45 billion), the bridge is Zhangjiajie, China. The bridge has broken the record 
 with a length of 430 meters and a height of 30 

The location is in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China. A traveler can try to pass the longest glass bridge in the world. The bridge has broken the record with a length of 430 meters and a height of 300 meters.
Meanwhile News Australia reported that the number of visitors will be limited to 1,000 people per hour and a maximum of 8,000 people per day. This is done so that visitors do not need to queue too long and more freely walk on the bridge.

">o prove the strength of the glass bridge does not play, they use a hammer to hit the glass surface of the bridge.


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Zhangjiajie's glass bridge even defeated the Grand Canyon Skywalk in the US which is 21 meters long and 219 meters high from the ground. Also beat the Glacier Skywalk in Alberta, Canada, which is 35 meters long and slightly less than 300 meters high.



In addition, the glass bridge also has a width of up to six meters and hangs at 300 meters in one of the gorges in Tiananmen National Park. The bridge is also located in the National Park which is the setting for the fictional movie Avatar. The material used to build the bridge, the bridge is created from 99 window glass which is divided into three layers of transparent glass. The bridge also received 10 world records for its design and process.

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No fun The bridge in the process has cost $ 3.4 million (Rp45 billion), the 430m long bridge connects two mountain cliffs in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province.
What makes it even more interesting is the bridge floor that will be made of glass. Although not entirely, but still can make tourists shudder in horror when looking down. Until finally it must be closed for repairs after 13 days inaugurated and closed for almost a month. There is a funny incident when someone wants to step, already frightened first and then crawling on the floor shouting frightened, some even dare not to cross. But for those who dare even while jumping jumps and also take selfies while sitting on the floor.

  
 As long as the bridge is closed, repairs on various sides are carried out to make it stronger and safer for the traveler. A sophisticated monitoring system has also been implemented to help control the number of visitors passing on the entrance and exit of the bridge,In addition, a shuttle bus will also begin operating to take tourists to the bridge entrance area. So that a visiting traveler can more easily reach this bridge for pedestrians.To be able to climb the bridge before, tourists must order tickets in advance via online. Then in front of the entrance, swipe the ID card.
">The ticket price is quite expensive, namely 138 Yuan (or around Rp. 268 thousand).
Meanwhile News Australia reported that the number of visitors will be limited to 1,000 people per hour and a maximum of 8,000 people per day. This is done so that visitors do not need to queue too long and more freely walk on the bridge.



To prove the strength of the glass bridge does not play, they use a hammer to hit the glass surface of the bridge.Zhangjiajie's glass bridge even defeated the Grand Canyon Skywalk in the US which is 21 meters long and 219 meters high from the ground. Also beat the Glacier Skywalk in Alberta, Canada, which is 35 meters long and slightly less than 300 meters high.Source: Seconds Travel


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