Giant hands lift up Vietnam’s Golden Bridge
In the mountains above Da Nang, Vietnam sits a unique piece of bridge design. Winding its way around a 150-meter course lined with flowers, a golden bridge shimmers against the Ba Na Hills, supported by a pair of giant hands.
The Golden Bridge opened to visitors in early June, in the tourist retreat of Thien Thai Garden. The bridge sits 1,400 meters above sea level, an altitude which creates the illusion of a silk strip hiding in the clouds above Da Nang.
The bridge’s 150-meter length is divided into eight spans. Along each perimeter is a line of Lobelia Chrysanthemum flowers, adding a further layer of color to the gold balustrades. The giant pair of hands has been finished with a weathered effect, creating the illusion of age and antiquity.
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Absolutely surprising and wonderful. thank you for sharing
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I didn’t have time to visit this bridge BTU for sure, even in picture, it’s incredible!
Really cool …
I love everything about this. It’s absolutely stunning.
That is insanely cool!!! My mind is blown. Wow. Thank You!!! 🙂