Most Renowned Glass Bridges In India With Breathtaking Views

There's nothing more adventurous than walking through a glass bridge and looking down at the landscape. Here are five glass bridges in India worth exploring.

Published On May 27, 2024 | Updated On May 27, 2024

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Vacations are all about merry-making and exploring new places. If you fancy standing on a glass bridge with a magnificent view of the limitless sky and the lush green forests and vegetation around and below you, then you need not go to China or any other foreign destination for that surreal experience. The breathtaking view offered by a glass bridge can be experienced in India in not one but five unique destinations, including Kerala, Sikkim, Bihar and Karnataka. 
Read on to learn about five less-known glass bridges in India, which have been known to attract national and international tourists year-round for the mesmerising view of the majestic cityscape they offer. click all your Instagram-worthy pictures here and return home with a bucket full of memories because nothing else comes close to the gorgeous view these top 5 glass bridges in India have to offer.

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The Vagamon Glass Bridge, Kerala is the biggest in India and stretches over 40 metres. This extraordinary cantilever skywalk is among the top 5 glass bridges in India and was built at the Idukki District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) adventure park. A must-visit in your Kerala itinerary, the Vagamon Glass Bridge not only offers you a scenic view but also a thrilling experience considering its location at an altitude of 3500 feet above sea level.
Location: Amruthamedu Rd., Amreuthamedu, Vagamon, Kerala 685501
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Entry fee: Rs 250 per person

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One of the biggest glass bridges in India, the Rajgir Glass Bridge offers the perfect blend of adrenaline rush and serenity. Located 200 feet above a gorge, this bridge is 85 feet long and 6 feet wide. It is one of the longest glass bridges in India, offering an exhilarating experience for adventure lovers. Seeking inspiration from China’s renowned skywalks, the Rajgir Glass Bridge makes you feel fearless at a height and gives you the joy of viewing a picturesque landscape in the most beautiful way possible.
Location: Rajgir, Bihar, 803116
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Entry fee: Rs 125 per person

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Yet another of the longest glass bridges in India that stands tall at a height of 7,200 feet above sea level, the Sky Walk Pelling is a must-visit in Sikkim. Offering a bird’s-eye view of the Sikkim hills and the magnificent Chenrezig statue, this skywalk bridge in India is one of the most unforgettable places you can explore on your Sikkim trip. With a nominal entry fee of Rs 50, this glass bridge is accessible from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day.
Location: Pelling City, Sikkim, 737113
Timings: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Entry fee: Rs 50 per person

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The Wayanad Glass Bridge is the first skywalk bridge in India’s southern region. Owned by the private resort 900 Kandi, this glass bridge in Wayanad is at a height of 100 feet above sea level. Made from unbreakable fibreglass imported from Italy, this glass bridge is perfect for a nature trek at a higher altitude, which promises to offer you a rewarding experience in the lap of nature. With a nominal entry fee of Rs 100 per person, this 30-minute bridge walk will leave you feeling closer to nature and calmer within.
Location: Puthumala, Thollayiram estate road, po, Kalladi, Meppadi, Kerala 673577
Timings: 6:00 am. to 6:00 pm
Entry fee: Rs 100 per person

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One of the finest glass bridges in India, the Pappy’s Bridge of Coorg, is located at a distance of 6 km from Madikeri Bus Stand. This is a glass sidewalk bridge on the Pappy Coorg's Coffee Island, Udoth Motte, in Coorg. Known to be a popular tourist place in Coorg the Pappy’s Bridge is the second glass bridge attraction worth visiting in South India. Standing at a height of 78 feet from ground level, with a length of 32 m and width of 2 m, this bridge can support up to 40-50 people at once. Made using tempered glass panels or flooring, this bridge offers a thrilling experience of walking above ground level in a pristine natural setting. To be standing here and gazing at the natural beauty of the Coorg hills is a deeply satisfying and tranquil feeling worth cherishing for a lifetime!
Location: Pannya H.C., Karnataka 571201
Timings: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Entry fee: Rs 200 per person


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