decades after its inception, the top floors of Penang’s tallest building,
KOMTAR, can now be accessed by general public thanks to
Rainbow Skywalk.

For those of you who are still in dark over this, the open-air Rainbow Skywalk is at Level 68, on the rooftop of Komtar
tower where visitors can walk on the clear semi-circle glass path that juts
several metres out of the building.

Acrophobics reading this be like 
Looking down on the roofs of buildings and road from 68 floor and 250 Metre can be quite the challenge for even the most adventurous of thrill seekers.

Not stopping there, the top
floors also host other interesting attractions such as The Jurassic Research
Centre featuring animated dinosaurs and educational exhibitions together with a 7D
Discovery Motion Theatre.

To find out more, you can go here.

The Breathtaking view from the top (Photo Source : Channel News Asia)

Meanwhile checkout these other Skywalks around Asia and their acrophobia-inducing views below

Where: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay
Height: 22 metres
Length: 128 metres
Where: Tianmen Mountain,China
Height: 300 metres
Length: 430 metres
Where: Macau Skywalk,Macau Tower 
Height: 223 metres

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