A Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in China

A Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in ChinaThe Chinese outdoor glass skywalk is the fourth of its kind in the country, and the first one in Guangxi
If you are afraid of heights you may want to give this aerial walkway in China a miss. A daring glass skywalk has opened to the public, located high above the ground on the 76th floor of the Yunding Building in Liuzhou city.Situated at the periphery of the skyscraper's 994-foot-high top level, the narrow walkway is just 4.9 feet wide and offers incredible views over the city.


A Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in ChinaA tourist poses on the 994-foot-high glass skywalk built on the 76th floor of the Yunding Building in Liuzhou city, south ChinaAA Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in ChinaLocated at the periphery of the top floor, the long walkway is 682 feet long and a tiny 4.9 feet wide, offering amazing views over the cityA Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in ChinaWhile many would wish the daredevil walk to be over quickly, the 682-foot-long attraction lasts around 30 minutes 
A Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in China Guests are secured in place by a harness and two ropes, to allow daredevil tourists the chance to pose for some daring shots at the edge
A Dizzying Glass Skywalk Has Opened to the Public in ChinaThe experience is said to be closely observed by safety officials, with two security instructors accompanying five tourists during each session 
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