“Cloud Dragon” Glass Bridge in Lai Chau Amazes Tourists

Cloud Dragon Glass Bridge is located at an altitude of 2,200 m above sea level, belongs to Rong May Glass Bridge Tourist Area in Son Binh commune, Tam Duong district, Lai Chau province, about 17 km from well-known Sa Pa town which will amaze you with its specialty

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The Cloud Dragon Glass Bridge is attached to the sandstone cliffs of the Hoang Lien Son range, located at an altitude of more than 2,000 m above sea level. According to the investor, the whole building can bear the weight of 3,000 people at the same time. However, to ensure safety, this unit allows up to 500 guests on the bridge at the same time.

taking the elevator in the heart of the mountain. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT

Sapa – Lai Chau Cloud Dragon Glass Bridge is the tallest and longest glass bridge in Southeast Asia, making it quite the memoriable destination.

Visitors coming here will have very interesting experiences such as taking the elevator in the heart of the mountain, hunting clouds, and taking photos with the majestic mountain scenery.

To get to the Dragon Cloud Glass Bridge, visitors will be able to take an elevator with a height of 300 m, of which about 80 m of the elevator goes in the heart of the mountain.

Dragon Cloud Glass Bridge viewed from above.
Cloud Dragon Glass Bridge on the high mountain. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT

Elevator system with transparent glass at the height of 2,200m above sea level and 548.5m above the ravine height of the majestic Hoang Lien Son mountain range. The elevator chamber is designed with three transparent glass surfaces facing outwards for bearing and high safety.

Looking down from above, visitors will find it very magnificent. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
Visitors will enjoy the cool air like in Sa Pa or Da Lat and immerse themselves in the mountains and clouds. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
An epic view.Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
A symboliix ship on the high mountain.Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
Bird eye’s view. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
Special feeling when you are enjoying hotel and resort on the high moutain. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
Visitors can check in and take photo with cloud and wind. Photo: Thuy Hang – VNT
Tarah Nguyen