World’s Longest Glass Bottom Bridge
World’s Longest Glass Bottom Bridge Open In Vietnam : World’s Longest Glass Bottom Bridge Open In Vietnam : World’s Largest Glass Bottom Bridge was opened in Vietnam, It is called as Vietnam’s Bach Long pedestrian bridge. Now World longest glass bottom bridge in the Vietnam.
Vietnam opens world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge
Bach Long pedestrian bridge : Its name translates to “white dragon” — in northwest Son La province snakes around dizzying cliff faces before spanning a dramatic valley between two peaks, Vietnam has officially opened its newest tourist attraction – Bach Long Pedestrian Bridge for those who enjoy heights.
World’s Largest Glass Bottom Bridge was opened in Vietnam. It is called Vietnam’s Bach Long pedestrian bridge, which is 632m (2,073ft) long and located 150m (492ft) above a huge jungle. As per the reports, the Asian country has opened a glass-bottomed bridge suspended above a lush jungle. It surpasses a 526m Glass Bottom Bridge in Guangdong, China.
Don’t look down! Vietnam launched a new attraction for tourists with a head for heights on Friday, with the opening of a glass-bottomed bridge suspended 150 meters (490 feet) above a lush jungle.
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Looking for more compelling reasons to visit Vietnam? The country has a new attraction for those who appreciate the thrill of heights. In late April, the country presented the Bach Long Bridge in Son La, north-west Vietnam, which is likely the world’s longest glass-bottomed.
Agence France-Presse (AFP), a leading global news agency, observed that the Bach Long pedestrian bridge snakes around dizzying cliff faces before spanning the length of a dramatic valley between two peaks, stretching for a total length of 632 meters.
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Mr. Hoang Manh Duy, a representative of the bridge’s operator said that when visitors stand on the bridge, they are able to admire the beauty of nature in the surrounding area.
According to AFP’s article, Bach Long is the world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge, surpassing a 526-metre structure that exists in Guangdong, China. Guinness World Records officials plan to visit the bridge this month to determine if that’s true, cited form Business Insider.