Perhaps you want to be places that make your heart race. Here are four high and clear attractions you can enjoy looking down, or around, for the magnificent views.
Chiang Khan Skywalk at Phu Khok Ngio (opening soon) - A much-anticipated new attraction and the soon-to-be Isan’s second skywalk, this glass bridge rises 80 metres off the ground and boasts sweeping views of the Mekong-run Thai-Laotian borders.
Wat Pha Tak Seur Skywalk, Nong Khai - Taking the advantage of the height of the Temple it is built upon, this clear, 15-metre long, skywalk jets out, off the cliff, into the open air, testing your acrophobic levels while also offering spectacular views of Mekong River at the Thai-Laotian borders.
Mahanakhon Glass Tray, Bangkok - An ultimate thrill for those with a particular love for heights, this glass tray on floor 78 viewpoint of the building rises 314 metres above Bangkok metropolis. The views there are expansive, and in clear days you can see all the way to the Gulf of Thailand.
Khao Laem Skywalk, Vajiralongkorn Dam, Kanchanaburi - Call it a soft-thrill for a skywalk, this new check-in spot at the dam rises 8 metres off the ground, but still offering good mountainous views of the surrounding.