Giant Hands Vietnam

The world is full of surprises, and a handful of nature’s creations fascinate everyone. Apart from natural wonders, the architectural brilliance of humans intensifies the beauty of the blue planet. Not only ancient monuments but also modern architecture draws tourists from across the world. Recently launched Cau Vang, also known as the Golden Bridge of Vietnam, is buzzing on social media and captivating tourists with its unique architecture. Scroll down quickly to learn more about this architectural wonder.

What Made the Golden Bridge Trip More Memorable?

Golden Bridge Vietnam

Da Nang is one of the most scenic spots of Vietnam, and hundreds of visitors throng to this locale to cherish the beauty of nature. The well-known Da Nang resort of this hill station was opened by French colonists in the year 1919. Visitors love to experience the cable car ride at this place, which is ranked as the longest non-stop single-track cable car in the world. To enhance the beauty of this locale, the local authorities constructed the Golden Bridge with a length of approximately 150 meters and is 1400 meters high, above sea level.

Nestled in the middle of scenic Ba Na Hills of Da Nang, Vietnam, the Golden Bridge features awesome architecture. The Golden Bridge of Vietnam renders blissful moments to all the visitors with its giant hands, which raised the bridge towards the sky. The mammoth structure of the giant hands is the central attraction of this bridge. The picturesque views of the surrounding mountains, lavish woods, and pleasant breezes make the tourists fall in love with nature. It appears that this golden-colored striped bridge is hiding amidst the clouds of Da Nang.

Walk along the Golden Bridge with your beloved one amidst the beautiful flowers ‘Lobelia Chrysanthemum’ that renders pleasant moments to your trip. It is one of the best ways to get locked in with the beauty of mother nature.

While on your Vietnam trip, pay a visit to the Golden Bridge and another architectural masterpiece, Dragon’s Bridge.