A bridge just outside Da Nang in Vietnam is worth a visit these days. The golden-colored walkway, which extends to about 150 meters, is lined with beautiful flowers.
Visitors have been impressed with its fascinating design, which is held up by two giant stone hands. The bridge's design came from a company called TA Landscape Architecture. Vietnam has experienced a tourism boom because of this wonderful structure. The fact of the matter is, it's a beautiful bridge. The great news is that there are a ton of gorgeous bridges all over the world.
The Golden Bridge Beckons Tourists To Vietnam
Golden Bridge has become a hot commodity in Vietnam. it's a new project in the Thien Thai garden in the Ba Na Hills tourist area.
The bridge is reportedly part of a $2 billion project to accommodate more tourists year-round. The bridge was designed by TA Landscape Architecture in Ho Chi Minh City.
From The Looks Of It, It's Held By Two Giant Hands
The bridge is in a forest, so it really stands out in yellow. The attraction is rather unique, with the bridge image being supported by two big gray hands.
This kind of creativity makes a beautiful scene which would surprise anyone who happened upon the sight.
And It's 1,400M Above Sea Level
The less-than-a-mile bridge sits comfortably on a mountaintop, overlooking an incredible jungle landscape.
Designed to make visitors feel like they're taking a stroll on a thread stretched between the hands of gods, the bridge has attracted numerous guests since it opened. The bridge wouldn't be complete without some pretty flowers!
It Was Just Opened To The Public In June 2018
It offers some once-in-a-lifetime views from the Vietnamese landscape. Since its opening, the bridge has become a popular destination for tourists.
Basically, it's like photo op heaven. From the panoramic to the colors of the bridge, there's so much to love about this structure.
The Majestic Views Of The Countryside Are Beautiful
As more people are discovering the beauty of this remarkable country and bridge, other countries should take a moment to look at this and create something magic of their own.
I feel like this could be something new for other bridges in the future, since the hands holding it all together make so much sense.
But Look, The Bridge Also Has Flowers!
Of course, the bridge wouldn't be complete without some colorful flowers. The flowers placed on the bridge are called Lobelia Chrysanthemum.
With the purple contrasting with the gold, it creates a focal point of color... probably attracting the eyes of visiting Los Angeles Laker fans. Just ahead, wait until you see what the Zuzburi bridge looks like!
And These People Look Like They're Walking On Clouds
If you know anything about this bridge, then you know that this is a turning point for tourism in Vietnam. It brings edgy new features to the city.
It's also become a must-see destination on many tourists' bucket lists. Especially if you want that perfect Instagram shot.
Wouldn't You Want To Visit This Amazing Bridge?
Sign me up! If I ever play my cards right and find a travel buddy, this is going on my list. Who wouldn't want to see this? It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Now let's go elsewhere and take a look at some of the other bridges from around the world. They're just as beautiful as the Golden Bridge!
Zubizuri Footbridge Was Designed By Legendary Architect Santiago Calatrava
The tied arch footbirdge was designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Calatrava's best-known works include the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Turning Torso tower in Malmo, Sweden.
The Zubziuri footbridge also goes by the names of Campo Volantin Bridge and Puente del Campo Volantin. This wasn't the only bridge Calatrava designed.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge Is Named After A Major Supporter Of Its Construction
The British-born engineer William Tierney Clark designed Budapest's bridge. It's been open since 1849 and it crosses the Danube river.
The bridge has the name István Széchenyi, who was a major supporter of the bridge's construction. However, it's most commonly known as the "Chain Bridge."
Sheikh Zayed Bridge Was Named After Abu Dhabi's Principal Architect
Sheik Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was the cities former president and it was named after him.
The 842-meter long bridge is one of the most intricate bridges ever constructed. The bridge was completed in 2010 for a total cost of $300 million.
Puente de la Mujer Was Also Designed By Calatrava
The architect Calatrava not only designed the Zubziuri footbridge but the Puente de la Mujer in Buenos Aires.
It is the cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge type and it's also a swing bridge. When it swings to allow a watercraft passage, the far end comes to a resting point on a stabilizing pylon. Why was only half of the Helix Bridge open in 2010? More on that later.
Rialto Bridge Is The Oldest Of Four Bridges Spanning The Grand Canal
Venice's Rialto Birdge was built in the sixteenth century. With it being the oldest bridge in the Grand Canal, it connects the districts of San Marco and San Polo.
It's been rebuilt several times since its first construction, and it's now a significant tourist attraction in Italy.
Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge Was Named After The President Of Brazil
Located in the heart of Brasilia, Brazil, the "JK" Bridge was designed by architect Alexandre Chan.
The bridge was named after the country's president who served from 1956 to 1961. When it opened on December 15, 2002, its distinctive silhouette became a landmark in Brazil.
Only Half Of The Helix Bridge Was Open In 2010
The bridge officially opened on April 24, 2010, but only half was open due to construction at the Maria Bay Sands in Singapore.
It's located right beside the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, and it's accompanied by a vehicular bridge, the Bayfront Bridge. This bridge stands out in a city filled with unbelievable architectural gems. Isfahan's oldest bridge was built a long, long time ago.
Millau Viaduct Is The Tallest Bridge In The World
Running through the valley of the River Tarn near Millau in southern France, the bridge has a summit that rises 1,125 above the base of the structure.
It was designed by architect Sir Norman Foster and French engineer Michel Virlogeuz. The bridge has been consistently ranked as one of the greatest engineering achievements ever.
Charles Bridge Replaced The Judith Bridge
Completed in the 1440s, the bridge in Prague, Czech Republic sits above the Vltava River. This historic bridge is built entirely out of stone, which stretches 1,700 feet.
When tourists walk down the avenue, they can look at the 30 baroque statues and statuaries sitting on the bridge.
Kahu Bridge Was Built At The Height Of The Safavid Dynasty (1501-1736)
Built in 1650, Isfahan's Khaju Bridge is located in modern-day Iran. The structure is 436 feet long and 40 feet wide.
It contains 23 arches and is a gorgeous sight in the daylight and at night. The Khaju bridge is a popular public meeting place for hangouts, photos, or walks.
Tower Bridge Is One Of London's Most Iconic Structures
The Tower Bridge is a must-see tourist attraction. It opened in 1894, and the bridge allows cars and pedestrians to cross the River Thames.
The bridge allows river traffic to pass too, and the bascules can be raised to an angle of 86-degrees.
Brooklyn Bridge Comes With A Rich History
New York's iconic bridge was completed in 1883. At the time, the bridge terrified New Yorkers, after a panic on the structure turned into a stampede which left 12 people dead.
To prove it was safe, local officials paraded 21 elephants across the length of the bridge.