Vietnam Has A Wild New Bridge That’s Held Up By A Pair Of Giant Concrete Hands

The new wild bridge in Vietnam is held by two huge concrete hands.

‘Golden Bridge’, Da Nang, Vietnam

In Vietnam, they opened a gold pier suspended from two huge concrete hands. The bridge went viral quickly

.The treetops of Ba Na Hills near Da Nang emerge the Cau Vang or “Golden Bridge”.The bridge is 1,400 meters above sea level and stretches for 150 meters through the Trường Sơn Mountains.

TA Landscape Architecture designed this bridge. This went viral in social media. Vu Viet Anh, TA’s chief designer, and landscape architect, at AFP, said “We are proud that our product is shared by people around the world.”

According to another visitor named, Nguyen Hien Trang: “I have traveled a lot, but I have never seen bridges as beautiful as these.” The eccentricity around is really amazing and the bridge is less surprising comparing to it. Ba Na Hills is a spa town in the style of a medieval French village, where Cau Vang is located.

The world’s longest non-stop long-distance cable car, an alpine roller coaster, an artificial castle and a cathedral are situated in this city.

Ba Na Hills Resort

Many couple visit there to take romantic pictures before the wedding.

In 1919, French settlers built the city as a hill station. The cable car still displays the remains of their villas are.

The Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills is not the latest development. The designer Anh AFP is now working on another bridge.  This bridge is in a form of a divine wick and it is going to connect naturally to his existing bridge.

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