The Longest and Highest Glass-Bottomed Bridge to Open This Summer in China

Plans are also in the works to create a bungee jump from the bridge.

— -- Thrill-seeking tourists or those looking to overcome their fear of heights may be excited to know that the world's longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge will open this July in China.

The bridge is more than 1,400 feet long, a 20 feet wide, and nearly 1,000 feet above the ground, according to the China National Tourist Office.

Plans are also in the works to construct a bungee jump from the bridge, for those wishing for an even more terrifying adventure.

This infrastructure project is hopefully sturdier than China's last glass-bottomed overpass.

Another glass-bottomed bridge in China, soaring about 3,280 feet above sea-level, around a cliff on the Yuntai Mountain in the Henan province, reportedly cracked after a tourist dropped a thermos flask on one of the glass panels, Chinese media reported.