If you are the kind of traveler who enjoys amazing and breathtaking views, you can definitely take a peek at one of these skywalks situated around the world. There are several places where amazing vistas of oceans, mountains or jungles exist and they you should be on your visit list. Take your family with you and visit these beautiful places. Here is a list of three of the world’s terrifying and impressive skywalks:
Langkawi Sky Bridge
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The Langkawi Sky Bridge is considered different from other skywalks because it doesn’t just jut out from a cliff. This amazing bridge is built at the top of Malaysia’s Machinchang Mountain, approximately 85 meters above the jungle. This doesn’t mean that the views from the bridge aren’t spectacular or breathtaking. Visitors who are coming here will enjoy stunning views of several islands in this archipelago, and of course of the ocean. The Langkavi Sky Bridge is built in a way that a single pylon supports the 125 meters long skywalk. Unfortunately, for the moment the sky bridge is closed for renovations, but it will be reopen this year.
Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk
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The Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk is positioned on a privately owned land on Mountain Tamborine in Queensland, Australia. This amazing 1.5 km rainforest walk includes a skywalk over the forest canopy, forest floor trails and a cantilevered bridge over Cedar Creek. It will be a relaxing walk that takes approximately 40 minutes and you can also see colorful insects and amazing birds. To be mentioned that portions of the bridge are wheelchair accessible.
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Visiting the 5 Fingers at Kripenstein provide is another amazing opportunity for tourists to view nature at its finest. Here, you can see how nature worked its magic on the Austrian Alps. It is called 5 Fingers because the platforms that jut out from the observation deck resemble a hand with five fingers. Each platform has its own function, for example, one of these platforms has a metal picture frame that tourists can stand in for photos. Compared with other skywalks, 5 Fingers can be accessed for free.
Visiting skywalks is always a great opportunity to see how wonderful is the world we are living in. Have you ever been to 5 Fingers?