An amazing pedestrian bridge in the Ba Na Hills outside Da Nang is wowing visitors with its breath-taking design – held aloft by two giant hands. Designed by Vu Viet Anh and named Cầu Vàng (Golden Bridge in Vietnamese), the two hands are said to symbolise the hands of god extracting gold out of the mountain.
At 1,400m above sea level the bridge offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The gold-coloured 150m-long walkway is lined with purple lobelia chrysanthemum. With a hotel, restaurants and shopping outlets in the vicinity the bridge area has become a major tourist attraction in Vietnam