There’s special kind of feeling for one venturesome to be at great heights knowing that one mistake could cost you a lot and maybe even too much. amazing Skywalks around the world give a safer experience beauty at heights for those less adventurous.
Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge, Zhangjiajie
This wondrous glass bridge is the tallest and longest in the world having been constructed across a deep canyon in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie, China. The floor is made entirely of glass panels. This picturesque location is known to give visitors vertigo, also some beautiful picture field day.
Sears Tower Skydeck, Chicago
The observation deck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower, famously known as the Sears Tower in Illinois, Chicago is called the Skydeck. Reaching the top which ~1300 ft takes just about 60 seconds. Visors feel the pressure change as they go up. On windy days, swaying of the building can be seen and felt.
Supertree Grove, Marina Gardens Drive
Here’s a sight of a dreamlike techno-themed garden in the Marina Bay precinct of Singapore. These huge cyborg trees stand 80-160 ft. tall being a vertical garden on their own. At night the whole grove lights up in neon transporting you to a garden of the future, almost like you’re visiting a garden from the iconic science-fiction film Blade Runner.