On September 16th, Korla Longshan Park in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region opens the first 9D glass-bottomed bridge to the public.
The 9D glass- bottomed bridge invested 15 million RMB and started the construction work in the early May this year. The glass bridge is suspended 50 meters above the ground and is 280 meters long and 2.2 meters wide. The bridge covers 420 square meters.
Standing on bridge, the surrounding scenery is very beautiful, and visitors will have a panoramic view of the city of Korla. Walking along the bridge, tourists can also experience the special sound effect of cracking glass.
Korla lies at the south foot of Tianshan Mountains, northeast margin of Tarim Basin. Longshan Mountain of Longshan Park is located at the highest point in northeast corner of Korla. Embraced by flourishing green, the park has become a popular spot of the city. The nature sceneries around Korla are unique and astonishing, including the vast choppy Bosten Lake, Lop Nur, and Bayanbulak Grassland.