Wulong Tianshengsanqiao Viewing Platform

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Wulong Tianshengsanqiao Viewing Platform
武隆天生三桥玻璃观景台
Xiannushanzhen, Chongqing, China
(492) feet high / (150) meters high
33 foot span / 10 meter span
2016

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The Three Natural Bridges make up the most spectacular section of the South China Karst UNESCO World Heritage Site north of Wulong. A popular tourist attraction for millions of visitors from Chongqing City, the three limestone arches have openings between 96 and 116 meters in height and can be accessed via a cliffside elevator that brings visitors to the floor of the Yangshui River gorge.

Although it is not the highest or longest platform ever built, the steel and glass Three Bridges viewing platform is probably the largest ever built with enough room to accommodate more than 100 tourists at a time.

The Tianshengsanqiao Viewing Platform height has not been measured but the vertical drop from the platform tip may be higher then 150 meters. The Three Natural Bridges are featured prominently in the 2014 film Transformers: Age of Extinction directed by Michael Bay.


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Wulong Tianshengsanqiao Viewing Platform satellite image.


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Wulong Tianshengsanqiao Viewing Platform location map.


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