Bach Long Glass Bridge

09, June, 2022

Bach Long Glass Bridge

Bach Long Glass Bridge was awarded the Guinness record for the longest one in the world

The representative of Guinness World Records has just awarded the certificate of the world's longest walking glass bridge to Bach Long Bridge - a bridge with a total length of 632m in Muong Sang commune, Moc Chau district, Son La.

The Bach Long glass bridge crosses two gorges in Muong Sang commune with a length of 305m, on the surface there are large glass panels measuring 2.4m x 3m.

The bridge has 2 towers 30m high, the width of the bridge is 2.4m, using super tempered glass from France, the entire cable car system is imported from Korea.

Underneath the tower is designed firmly. At the end of the bridge is Muong Mooc cave, also known as Chim Than cave with natural stalactites. The deepest point of the bridge is 150m in the middle from the stream to the bridge.

The glass bridge installs an eye-catching lighting system, applying 9D effect technology with 60 simulated visual and sound effects to create a feeling. At 6pm, the bridge lights up.

The project was started in 2021, so far, a number of items have been basically completed, such as the glass bridge system, Tabambo restaurant, "Train" hotel, Ziline slide, dry slide, area Children's play. The project was open to visitors to visit and experience on the occasion of April 30.

Before being put into use, the safety factor of the bridge has been calculated and tested very strictly. Although its payload can accommodate thousands of people on the bridge per visit, the management of Bach Long Glass Bridge will control and limit it to a maximum of only about 500 people per turn to ensure the highest safety.

This is the third glass bridge in Vietnam after Rong May glass bridge in Lai Chau and Love glass bridge in Moc Chau.

Bach Long Glass Bridge is about 215km from Hanoi, and too book a tour to experience Bach Long Glass Bridge, Vivutravel offers a day trip, but we recommend 2 day-1 night tour to see more and less tiring. Any inquuiry, please feel free to send us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you!!!