This Bridge in Vietnam is Held Up By GIANT HANDS!
Having trouble coming up with ideas for your top vacation choice post-Corona? Well, we're here to offer you a helping hand (or two)! The Golden Bridge in Vietnam looks almost too breathtaking to be real. Sitting 3,280 feet above sea level, the 500 ft golden pedestrian walkway appears to be held up by two giant hands.
Since making the rounds on Instagram and Twitters, users have called the bridge "stunning" and "a work of art."
The Golden Bridge is located at the Bà Nà Hills mountain resort in Trường Sơn Mountains, west of the city of Da Nang, in central Vietnam. Bà Nà Hills, which reportedly attracted 2.7 million visitors last year, was established by French colonists in 1919. It once boasted around 200 villas, but only a few ruins remain today. The Hills is now known for its cobbled streets, a Fantasy Park, and a French-style village.
It was designed to look like two giant hands of God pulling a strip of gold out of the land.
The Bà Nà Hills tourist attractions don't stop there. They also have the Bà Nà Cable Car, which holds the world record for the longest non-stop single track cable car at 19,032 ft in length.
Whether you're up for an Insta-worthy stroll on the Golden Bridge, or a world record cable car ride, Bà Nà Hills is the place to visit! So... hands up! Who would go here?