World's highest skybridge

By Andy Brown01 March 2019

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The crystal, the world’s higest skybridge. Image courtesy of CapitaLand

The crystal, at 250m high, is said to be the world’s highest skybridge. It is located in China, at the US$3.8 billion Raffles City Chongqing megaproject which has recently been completed by developer CapitaLand.

The crystal links six of Raffles City Chongqing’s eight skyscrapers.

Raffles City Chongqing comprises eight skyscrapers, two of which are 350m high and one of which is China’s tallest residential tower.

The 1.1 million m² project, which has been under construction for six years, is due to open for business later this year.

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