World’s longest glass bottomed bridge in vietnam

World’s longest glass bottomed bridge in Vietnam Vietnam has opened a new glass bottomed bridge. The company that built it says it is the world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge, surpassing the one in Guangdong, China. The pedestrian bridge is called Bach Long, which translates to “white dragon”. The Bach Long is Vietnam’s third glass bridge. 


World’s longest glass bottomed bridge in Vietnam

- The White Dragon Bridge has arrived in Vietnam
- Thriller filling in people due to the height of the bridge
- Tourists will be able to enjoy the beautiful views of the forest

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The Bach Long bridge has been constructed in Moc Chau Island mountain park and resort, a mountainous tourist destination in Northwest Vietnam.

On the cliff-side portion of the bridge, there are two observation decks, each 5m wide and 3m deep.



The towers at either end of the mountain span are 30m high. The suspension cables are 50mm thick and imported from South Korea. On the cliff-side portion of the bridge, there are two observation decks, each 5m wide and 3m deep.

The Bach Long traverses a thick jungle beneath and the bridge’s operator said: “Standing on the bridge, visitors can admire the majesty of the Northwest mountains and forests, feel the nature full of sunshine and wind floating in the magical air.”



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