It’s located at my country, at Langkawi, Malaysia. It is called the “Sky Bridge”, a cable-stayed bridge supported by only one support column, suspended at 700 meters above sea level. This unique curved pedestrian bridge spans 125 meters across a spectacular chasm. While the view from the bridge is simply breathtaking, you’d be able to view the Andaman Sea and Thailand’s Tarutao Island as well. The bridge was completed in October 2004, the structure relies on an 87 meter high support column to hold the weight of the deck, this weight distributed through 8 load balancing cables attached to its head. Maybe I should visit one day.