See people enjoy a meal on a glass-bottomed bridge in China
If a stroll across one of China’s glass-bottomed bridges wasn’t frightening enough, visitors can now extend their time on one such structure by stopping for a meal.
A restaurant in China will let visitors stop for a bite on a glass-bottomed structure in Pingjiang County in Hunan province, according to Chinese media reports.
The restaurant opened to the public over a valley on Shiniuzhai's glass-bottomed bridge on Monday, drawing in visitors who want to try eating in the air, according to China Daily USA.
Hunan Province is known for its magnificent landscape of jagged, rocky peaks and lush greenery. One of the main draw for travellers is Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, which is home to some incredible quartzite-sandstone formations.
The area has also seen an influx in attractions for daring travellers, with multiple new glass-bottomed walks that provide incredible views of the scenery and a terrifying glimpse below.
The highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge in the world opened to the public in China in August. The bridge is 430-metres long and stretches over a 300-metre drop.