Asia's largest-ever glass viewing platform is being built above the Tian Sheng San Qiao cliffs in Chongqing, China, standing an astounding 3937 feet above sea level and 918 feet above the ground below.
The glass viewing platform was reportedly designed by a team of over 20 Chinese and international experts and is set to open to visitors by the Chinese National Holiday of this year. Extending 36 feet beyond the edge of the cliff and measuring 85 feet wide, it will be the largest glass viewing platform on the continent of Asia. The transparent platform will allow daring sightseers to look down and see the beautiful limestone cliff formations below.
This immense glass viewing platform will join other transparent structural oddities located in the city of Chongqing, including China's highest transparent skywalk and the world's longest glass walkway.