A pair of Giant hands lift Vietnam’s Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills

The Golden Bridge set in the mountains above Da Nang, Vietnam, is an impressive blend of sculptural art and design. The unique bridge which sits 1,400 meters above sea level, features a pair of giant hands supporting the 150 m long span lined with flowers.

This 150-meter length is divided into eight spans. Along each span is a line of Lobelia Chrysanthemum flowers, which adds a layer of colour to the prominent gold balustrades. The giant pair of hands are finished with a weathered effect, creating the illusion of age that does well to contrast the shimmering gold.

The Golden Bridge opened to visitors back in early June, in the tourist retreat of Thien Thai Garden and was reported to be part of a $2 billion project to entice tourists to the area.

No design credit has been officially linked to the project, but renderings of the scheme were created by TA Landscape Architecture.


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