The longest glass bottom bridge in the world has opened to tourists – but would you dare? To take away the worries, the bridge's floor is comprised of tempered glass developed in France, rendering it sturdy enough to sustain up to 450 people at once.
The project given the name 'TROJENA' will be an important addition to tourism as a whole. Located in Saudi Arabia, the project is set to create a futuristic vertical mountain village with two-mile man made lake and a ski resort.