Vietnam's beautiful east coast city Da Nang received a new attraction -- the Cầu Vàng bridge that sits across the Ba Na Hills. The structure is 1,400 meters above sea level and opened up to the public earlier this June. The visual design looks like it is being held up by giant stone hands that come up from the Earth. The walkway is 150 meters long and its hand-held design gives visitors the illusion that they are being guided by a large stone god.
United News International expresses that the bridge is part of a $2 billion agreement that is invested towards developing projects to attract tourists to Vietnam. The Cầu Vàng bridge emerges up from the Thien Thai Garden and its golden perimeter is adorned with captivating purple Lobelia Chrysanthemum flowers.
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