Would YOU dare to stand on it? Glass-bottomed walkway opens on the edge of a Chinese skyscraper at 1,115 feet above the ground
This might be the most thrilling way to view one of the world’s largest cities: on a glass-bottomed walkway at 1,115 feet above the ground.
Jinmao Tower, a super-tall skyscraper in Shanghai, has built a see-through platform which allows daredevil tourists to dangle on the side of the edifice and gain sweeping views of the sprawling city, reported Huanqiu.com, an affiliation to the People’s Daily Online.
Just last month, a skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles opened a giant all-glass slide at around 1,000 feet high.
The vertigo-inducing deck in Shanghai protrudes out from the 88th floor of Jinmao Tower and will be opened to the public from tomorrow.
The impressive walkway measures 197 feet long and four feet wide.
jimbone, DC, 53 minutes from now
My legs would be too wobbly to even stand up … and that would be safely on the inside looking through the glass.
Mags2u, Seattle, United States, 27 minutes from now
Really? I wouldn’t even get on one of their escalators.
beckysmiff3, london, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
i wouldnt trust chinese engineering
Capt Dan, jupiter FL, United States, 3 hours ago
Not in a million frigging years! Sick to my stomach just looking at the pictures!
Max, California, United States, 4 hours ago
Made in China!