Vietnam's Most Spectacular New Bridge is Held Aloft by a Pair of Hands?
The Golden Bridge in Vietnam's Ba Na Hills resort has recently opened, providing endless photo opportunities for tourists thanks to its spectacular views and the giant pair of stone hands which appear to be holding it up.
High in Vietnam’s Trường Sơn mountains, a golden bridge extends out of the Ba Na Hills resort–magical enough on its own, but rendered positively magical by the addition of giant hands emerging from the rock, appearing to support the bridge.
The structure is part of the Thien Thai garden in Ba Na Hills, and extends in a 150m long semi-circle from the mountainside. Ba Na Hills is a resort established by French colonists in 1919 near the city of Da Nang.
It's a substantial tourist attraction in the region, containing a Fantasy Park full of rollercoasters and theme park attractions, alongside an Alpine-style 'French Village' and a wax museum.
The bridge opened in June, and is sure to become an integral part of the tourist industry in the area.
Source : House and Garden