China never fails to leave tourists on their toes.
It seems like every month, the country releases another terrifying attraction that has many daredevils flocking. In the past, China opened a spooky, disappearing bridge and downright heartstopping glass walkway. But now, we have something even more incredible (if you can believe it).
China recently opened a vertigo-inducing glass bridge in Northern China's Mount Langya, Hebai. Basically, it's a circular, translucent observation platform that overlooks one of its national rainforests -- and it's suspended over a 1,500 foot gorge.
Check it out this wild aerial footage:
It's not easy to get to. According to Mashable, the hike up Mount Langya is 3 hours. Visitors also have the option of taking a cable car, but we'd prefer to stay on the ground.
If that doesn't scary you, scroll through to see more terrifying views: