This Bridge In Vietnam Has A Helping Hand

Now we definitely have to add Vietnam to the traveling bucket list!

Already attracting thousands of visitors since its June opening, The Golden Bridge dwells on a picturesque mountain top, overlooking the lush greenery more than 1,400 meters above sea level. That's impressive but not even the best part, the bridge is being held up by two giant hands. The hands are made to look weathered and worn as if there for centuries. 

The amazing bridge was made by TA Landscape Architecture. The goal of the architects was to build and design something that evoked "the giant hands of Gods, pulling a strip of gold out of the land." We think they nailed that for sure.

The bridge is used a walkway stretching 150 meters through the mountain landscape. It serves as an escape into the sky away from the usual fog usually seen in the hills.  

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