2021-04-04 16:49


This double-deck 'bendy' glass bridge in China, so extraordinary

A double-deck glass bridge in China with a mind-boggling undulating design that is just too scary for some people. 

When video footage and pictures of the structure C called the Ruyi Bridge C emerged on social media channels some users said theyd never have the courage to set foot on it. 

The Ruyi Bridge consists of three Bridges with a glass floor above them.

According to the design team of Ruyi Bridge, "As visitors walk high above the interwoven wavy structures, there is an experience of floating on clouds and fog. The rigid and soft shape is perfectly integrated with the natural scenery, like the jade in the sky, and like the silk fairy. Jade ruyi is a symbol of good luck."

Would you cross it?


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