China's obsession with glass-bottomed bridges have reached new heights - literally.
A new see-through footpath has been built at a staggering altitude of 6,500 feet in south-west China's Batai Mountain, according to Chinese media.
The vertigo-inducing walkway is believed to be the world's highest glass-bottomed bridge, beating the previous record holder, the Zhangjiajie glass bridge, by around 1,800 feet.
The impressive bridge, which cost 10 million yuan to build, connects Chengkou in the municipality of Chongqing with Wanyuan of Sichuan province. It's currently undergoing safety tests and is set to open to the public in mid-February.
The 2.5-metre-wide transparent footpath is covered with three-layered laminated glass panels. A viewing platform has been built under the bridge.
It's reported that a maximum of 80 tourists are allowed to stand on the bridge at the same time.
It's built on Batai Mountain, where it's crowned to be the place where 'the first beam of light shine on Sichuan'.
According to Xinhua, the 198-metre-long bridge is built over 186-metre above a sheer drop, which is roughly the height of a 66-storey building.
The vertical distance between the bridge and the bottom of the valley is said to be the third longest in China.
Batai Mountain also has China's highest cliff glass walkway. Opened in August, 2016, the walkway hangs on the side of a vertical rock face at an altitude of 2,288 metres.