Pictures From Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Will Make You Feel On Top Of The World

Pictures From Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Will Make You Feel On Top Of The World

Vietnam recently unveiled the Golden Gate bridge, which is a long bridge held up seemingly by 2 hands. The engineering marvel is definitely a sight to look at and the name, not too different from the Golden Gate Bridge, has made it just as popular as the latter. Since the opening of the bridge, tourists have been flooding the spot and clicking tons of pictures and selfies for sharing and posting on social media. The bridge has created a whole lot of excitement among tourists and visitors in Vietnam. The bridge is more than 1,000 meters over sea levels located in the Ba Na Hills and locally called Cau Vang (which translates to Golden Bridge).

The whole point of the bridge is to make the visitors experience the thrill of walking so many feet over the ground in the air and experience the beauty of nature from high above.  The giant stone hands supporting the bridge that are the highlight of the design represent the hands of Gods pulling a strip of gold out of the land. Therefore the name of the bridge – Golden Bridge. The Ba Na Hills are extremely popular among the tourists and see millions of visitors each year. With the new landmark, the popularity of the destination has soared even more. The destination witnesses spectacular skies and gives a glimpse of the mountains and the greenery stretching for miles making it a favourite spot for photographers too.

Here’s taking a look at some stunning pictures from the Golden Bridge of Vietnam:

 

The golden touch: Nestled in the forested hills of central Vietnam two colossal concrete hands emerge from the trees, holding up a glimmering Cau Vang , or “Golden bridge”, in the Ba Na Hills near Danang. The bridge was designed to evoke an image of the “giant hands of Gods, pulling a strip of gold out of the land,” according to Vu Viet Anh, Design Principal at TA Landscape Architecture, the company that designed the unusual structure. Its pedestrian walkway sits at over 1,000 meters above sea level offering majestic views of the tree canopy below. Since it opened in June, visitors have flocked to the 150 metre-long bridge, to take selfies and marvel at this novel piece of architecture. Credits: Reuters/Kham and AFP/Linh Pham #CauVang #GoldenBridge #Vietnam #bridge #architecture #design #tourism

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Новый золотой мост во Вьетнаме 🇻🇳 открылся для посетителей в начале июня этого года и уже успел наделать немало шума оригинальным дизайном. Этот причудливо изгибающийся мост, который удерживают гигантская пара рук смотрится довольно эффектно.⠀ Cau Vang (золотой мост) расположен недалеко от Дананга на горном курорте «Ба На Хиллс». Сооружение имеет 8 полётов и находится на высоте 1400 метров над уровнем моря, имеет длину 150 метров.⠀ Руки которые поднимают его к небесам сделаны с выветренным эффектом, создавая иллюзию возраста и древности. С него открывается прекрасный вид на зеленые тропические леса и горы.⠀ ⠀ #пакгрупп#пакгруппказахстан#вьетнам#золотой мост#pacgrpup#pacgroupkazakhstan#vietnam#cauvang

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Cau Vang bridge in Vietnam 🇻🇳

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#cauvang #danang

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#cauvang

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As mãos de Deus? Sim!! Localizadas em meio ao mar de montanhas do Vietnã, duas mãos colossais de concreto emergem das árvores, segurando a #goldenbridge. A nova e incomum atração turística do país. . Sua estrutura fica a mais de 1.000 m acima do nível do mar e oferece vistas majestosas da paisagem. Desde que foi inaugurada, em junho, os visitantes se aglomeraram na ponte dourada de 150 m de extensão. . Toda a construção da ponte levou cerca de um ano e teve o custo total de 2 bilhões de dólares (R$ 7,5 bilhões). O objetivo é que ela possa atrair mais turistas a uma região que já recebe cerca de 1,5 milhão de visitantes todos os anos. . #danang #CauVang #GoldenBridge #Vietnam #bridge #architecture #design #tourism #VuVietAnh #amazingidea #amazingarchitecture #oladobondomundo #arquitetura #vietnã

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Bucket list: Visit the Golden Bridge in Vietnam

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Into the paradise. #goldenbridge #sunworld #banahills

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