#10 The Willis Tower in Chicago
This 443-meter tall tower is the tallest skyscraper in the USA. Tourists have an opportunity to visit a sky deck on the 103rd floor from where one can see an amazing view of the city. The sky deck has 4 balconies made of glass, which give you incredible emotions when you stand on one of them and look down at the city.
#9 Supertree Grove in Singapore
This is a part of Gardens by the Bay that is filled with amazing trees and hanging gardens. This is a place where nature and technology connects. There are 12 supertrees in the Grove, which come alive two times every night.
#8 Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon in China
This is the longest and tallest glass bridge in the world. From here one can see a great view of streams, waterfalls, forest, and cliffs.
#7 Sydney Harbor Bridge in Australia
The shape of the bridge reminds a coathanger, which is why it is often called like that. It was built in 1932 for vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, and trains. This popular landmark of Australia is definitely worth visiting.
#6 Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona
The bridge at Grand Canyon designed as a cantilever and has a skywalk made of glass. It has a shape of a horseshoe and is built on the height of 1 kilometer from the ground. There are no cables and supporting arms that would prevent the amazing view.
#5 Shilin Gorge Platform in China
This platform made of glass was constructed above a gorge and offers visitors a breathtaking view. If you’re afraid of heights this is the place to fight your phobia.
#4 Glacier Skywalk in Canada
It is a real amusement for brave travelers who are tired of regular observation platforms. The skywalk is constructed from absolutely transparent glass. If you want to get new emotions, visit this glass bridge that is set at an altitude of 280 meters above the abyss.
#3 Sky Tower in New Zealand
Sky Tower is one of the most spectacular sights of New Zealand. It is the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere. Its height is 328 meters. Three glass elevators that move at a speed of 18 km/h can take 225 people at a time. The tower has 3 viewing platforms, each of which offers a panorama of 360 degrees. On a clear day, you can see at a distance of 82 km.
#2 Top of Tyrol in Austria
A steel construction is rising nine meters above the ridge of Mount Isidor. It offers an awesome view, from where you can also see Italy.
#1 Dachstein Skywalk in Austria
You can enjoy a 360 degree view of the Dachstein region from a viewing platform situated on the top of a cliff Hunerkogel. A glass floor and a 250-meter cliff under it guarantee exciting thrills even for the most hardened travelers.