Jalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin Uluwatu, Bali +62 361 3001000 or +62 361 8471000
After almost two years of work, finally, another stunning attraction in Bali is ready - the 199-metre-long glass bridge which crosses the Petanu River. The transparent strip stretches across a gorge at a height of 40 metres, capable of holding a maximum of 500 people at the same time. The experience allows the crossing of the bridge wearing special footwear provided by organisers, which protects the see-through surface while allowing for a breathtaking view of the surrounding nature and waters below while having the sensation of walking on thin-air. The perfect place for selfies and “reels”, the bridge is already famous on social networks as an essential attraction during any visit to Bali. Built under the supervision of a Chinese company which had already built similar structures throughout the world, it has an extremely lofty level of safety. The crystalline work connects two key areas - Banjar Tegenungan in the village of Kemenuh in the town of Sukawati and Banjar Belangsinga in the village of Saba in the town of Blahbatuh, about 40-50 minutes from the city of Denpasar.