Welcome thrill seekers to the most terrifying tourist attraction in the world

Are you afraid of heights?

If so, you’ll want to steer clear of China’s newest thrill seeking destination, Coiling Dragon Cliff.

It’s the latest ‘palm sweating’, and in my opinion the ‘most terrifying’ tourist attraction that I’ve ever seen.

Located in Hunan’s Zhangjiajie National Forest Park this 100m-long (109 yards), 1.6m (5 feet) wide glass bottom path is strapped to the side of the Tianmen Mountain.

Coiling Dragon, China, Glass WalkwayHow high is it?

Coiling Dragon skywalk is perched a dizzying 1402 metres above the ground.

Just to put that into context, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa seems almost dwarfed next to the glass bottom catwalk you’d be standing on. Getting queasy yet?

Coiling Dragon vs Burj KhalaifaThe cliff side loop takes about 1½ hours as you wind yourself around the mountain. At the end of the walkway, there is a hanging bridge linking two peaks.

Coiling Dragon Cliff, ChinaWalking on the high-altitude glass bridge, people can enjoy the dizzying view of the “heaven-linking Avenue”, the twisting mountain road (99 bends) from the foot of the mountains to the Tianmen Cave.

If you’re afraid, just don’t look down.

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