The £2.6million structure is 430 meters in length and traverses a valley associating two mountains in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province.
One man was caught taking a seat catching a hand to his head, while another lady seemed more cheerful doing the parts.
The zone is described by rich, high mountains, holes and waterfalls.
China has various glass-bottomed extensions and walkways.
Planner Keith Brownlie explained to the BBC why they have such claim: "It is the relationship between candidly determined trepidation and the consistent comprehension of wellbeing.
"These structures tread the limit between those two differentiating faculties and individuals like to test their sane personality in connection to their nonsensical trepidation."
A glass-bottomed walkway appended to the side of a mountain in China broke while panicked vacationers were travesing it in October a year ago.
The stage, which opened to the general population on 20 September, keeps running along Yuntai Mountain in Henan Province and is hoisted 3,540ft over the ground.
One individual reported: "I looked down and saw the glass floor underneath me broke. [I have] no thought why it happened, right then and there everyone was shouting."
The organization responsible for the extension said the break was brought on by a sharp protest falling onto it however demanded security had not been traded off on the grounds that there are three layers of glass.