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Tourists enjoy stunning view from 1,000ft high glass skywalk in Bangkok

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Tourists enjoy stunning view from 1,000ft high glass skywalk in Bangkok

Tourists enjoy stunning view from 1,000ft high glass skywalk in Bangkok

Tourists enjoy the spectacular views from a glass skywalk more than 1000ft above Bangkok.

The nerve-racking attraction is built on top of the King Power Mahanakon skyscraper, the highest viewing point in Thailand.

Visitors can lie face down on the reinforced glass floor with a bird's eye view of the busy city streets below.

Footage from January 10 shows how tourists cram onto the skywalk for jaw-dropping selfies against the skyline of the sprawling city in Southeast Asia.

They have to wear a special kind of blue slipper to avoid damaging the clear glass.

Some do 'snow angel' style poses like they are flying while others tip-toe nervously around the edge.

The 77-storey King Power MahaNakhon building, owned by the billionaire family behind Leicester City, is 314.2 metres (1,031 ft) tall and the second-highest in the country.

Apartment units inside the building cost between 1.1m USD to 17m USD, making them some of the most expensive condominiums in Bangkok.

The building also contains offices and retail units.

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