The world's new longest glass bridge at Hongyagu, Hebei
Having stolen the crown from Tianmen Mountain, the new draw to Hebei province's Hongyagu Scenic Area is now the world's longest glass-bottom bridge.
And what makes a 488 meter-long glass bridge above a drop of 218 meters even more scary? Its suspension cables make it sway.
The bridge, made up of 1,077 glass panels of four centimeters thickness, strings together two peaks in the region.
Although it can apparently accommodate 2,000 people, only 600 are allowed on at any one time, shuffling along in special "shoe gloves" to protect the glass.
Staff are strategically positioned along its length to help those with jelly legs find their feet.