China's First High Attitude Glass Bridge (Opened To Tourists)

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The World's Highest And Longest Glass Bridge Opened In Central Hunan Province, China. It's 430 Meters Long, And Cost $3.4 Million Dollars To Build. It Stands 300 Meters Above Ground. It Connects To Two Mountain Cliffs, In What Is Known As The "Avatar Mountains" In Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. Tourists Have To Book Their Tickets In Advance, At A Cost Of "138 yuan".