Have you seen the first glass skywalk of India| Sikkim | SR Report

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If you are an adventure lover, then glass skywalks might be on top your bucket list. However, travelling overseas for the same might not be a plausible option for everyone. In a great delight to all such adventure enthusiast, India has finally got its own skywalk in the picturesque valley of Sikkim's Pelling.

Located opposite the 137 ft tall statue of Chenrezig, the skywalk gives a wonderful view of the statue and the leading stairs, with golden prayer wheels on each side.

The skywalk provide a magnificent view of the Himalayas and surrounding while providing a feel of walking literally on the air.

Not for the fainthearted, the skywalk in Pelling also allows tourists to catch the sight of Teesta and Rangit rivers flowing closeby.

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