Vietnam just launched its newest tourist attractions with great desire. The Asian country is said to have an open glass-floored bridge that goes 150 meters (490 feet) above the lush jungle.
Bach’s long footbridge, which translates to “White Dragon,” is located in the northwestern province of Mac La around high cliffs that stretch before a spectacular dramatic valley between two peaks. To believe the rumors, the bridge has a total length of 632m and the glass floor is tempered glass made in France. The bridge is strong enough to support up to 450 people at a time.
In this regard, Hoang Manh Duy, representative of the bridge operator, said that visitors can appreciate the beauty of nature on the bridge.
According to the company, it is the longest glass-floored bridge in the world, spanning a 526-meter structure in Guangdong, China. However, this claim has not yet been verified by Guinness World Records officials as of next month.
Vietnam’s tourism leaders are reportedly doing everything they can to attract more visitors after two years of shutting down COVID-19 which has kept nearly all foreign travelers away.
As previously reported, Vietnam lifted its quarantine for international visitors and resumed 15-day visa-free travel for citizens of 13 countries in mid-March. Vietnam will also host the Southeast Asian Games in a fortnight, which will attract more than 10,000 athletes and sports personnel.
According to some reports, the bridge would also be the third glass bridge in Vietnam.