CULTURE Chongqing builds a glass bridge with 5D effect

CULTURE

Chongqing builds a glass bridge with 5D effect

CGTN

03:29, September 05, 2018

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A glass bridge, 230 meters long, with a 5D effect recently opened at a scenic spot in Southwest China's Chongqing.

The bridge at Yinglong Gorge Scenic Zone in Banan District is the longest glass bridge in the southwestern region.

It runs across a valley, 160 meters above the ground, and is equipped with a 5D special effects system to provide tourists a unique visual experience.

Though the bridge can support 1,000 people at the same time, the scenic zone's management allows only 300 people to walk on the bridge each time for safety reasons.


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