Luocheng Tiankeng Footbridge

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Luocheng Tiankeng Footbridge
Luocheng, Guangxi, China
(361) feet high / (110) meters high
(607) foot span / (185) meter span

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Two of the most unusual footbridges in the world, the Luocheng Tibet-style pedestrian crossings span over one of China's amazing Tiankengs - caves created when a hole opens up above an underground river. Guangxi Province has more tiankengs than any region in the world.

The two footbridges have openings alternating with wood slats that require guests to attach themselves to an overhead wire for safety.

The site also has cliffwalks that descend to the bottom, zip lines, a pool and hotel accommodations overlooking the cave.

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