You Will Not Be Able to Take Your Eyes Off This Golden Bridge in Vietnam
Cau Vang, which is also popular as the Golden Bridge, located on the top of Da Nang’s Ba Na Hills, is a perfect example of the phrase “Icing on the cake”.
While the panoramic views from Da Nang’s Ba Na Hills have always been a mesmerizing place for the visitors, the Golden Bridge on the top of these hills has made it even a more popular spot among tourists. Many visitors come here to explore the great views from this bridge which rests on two giant artificial hands.
Yes, you read it right, two giant hands!
The Golden Bridge is located approx 1,400 m above the sea level and seems like a strip of road hanging in the sky with a support of just two hands.
Though this tourist spot has been quite popular among locals, it has now garnered tremendous popularity worldwide as well. The attraction of this bridge has started to go viral on the internet when a video clip was posted on Instagram by @streetartglobe. The video has got more than 800,000 views since it was posted on the Instagram. This will not only boost Vietnam tourism but will also make visitors aware of such a compelling modern architecture.
Watch this video clip that was posted on Instagram to know why it has gained so much popularity in such a short period of time.
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At present, there are more than 7.1 million followers on this world famous Instagram page. Considering such a huge number of followers and the response that the video has got till now, it is assured that the video will easily fetch more views in the days to come.
Well, if you are currently around this place or if you are planning for your vacation here, you would really don’t want to miss a visit to this great architecture and click some selfies and groupfies on this bridge.