It’s just a bridge. A bridge which is 984 feet in length and 590 feet above sea level in central China’s Hunan province.
So will you walk on this bridge? Your answer will probably be ‘what’s the big deal’.
But Chinese tourists attempting to cross it get bouts of vertigo and cringe in fear. Some run back after taking a few steps while the rest of them just freeze midway and refuse to walk further.
The reason is the glass bottom through which the walkers get to see clear, stomach-churning view of the ground below which is popular with tourists for its unique rock formations and geography.
Cherry on top - the bridge sways in the wind.
Here are some photos of Chinese tourists walking (or freezing) on the bridge.