World’s Largest Glass-Bottomed Bridge Launched In Vietnam To Boost Tourism

by Ishita Agarwal
World’s Largest Glass-Bottomed Bridge Launched In Vietnam To Boost Tourism

Don’t glance down at your feet! On Friday, the unveiling of the largest glass-bottomed bridge hanging 150 metres (490 feet) over a lush forest in Vietnam marks the beginning of a new tourism attraction for visitors with a fear of heights. Some of the most beautiful glass-bottomed bridges in the world are there in various locations across the globe, providing breathtaking views of the valleys below. And Vietnam is home to the world’s newest suspension bridge of this kind!

Here Are the Details of the Largest Glass-Bottomed Bridge

The bridge has tough glass, which makes it robust enough to sustain up to 450 people at a time. Along with providing a wonderful view of the lush flora in the ravine far below, which serves as the bridge’s flooring. While standing on the bridge, visitors will be able to take in the breathtaking splendour of nature. The company claims that it is the world’s largest glass-bottomed bridge, surpassing a 526-metre construction in Guangdong, China, in terms of length and height. In the next month, the Guinness Book of World Records officials is yet to validate the claim.


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Vietnam Lifts The Covid-19 Rules

Earlier reports say that in mid-March, Vietnam lifts the quarantine imposed on foreign tourists and reinstated visa-free travel for nationals of 13 countries for a period of 15 days. In addition, Vietnam will host the Southeast Asian Games in two weeks. However, the event will draw more than 10000 athletes and sports officials to the country. Reportedly, Bach Long is the third glass bridge built in Vietnam. Therefore, if you are planning to travel to Largest Glass-Bottomed Bridge in Vietnam, then you need to self-monitor your health for the first 10 days after arrival. Still, there are no quarantine restrictions for those who do not exhibit signs of COVID-19 upon arrival.

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