Just months after it opened to public, Vietnam’s amazing Golden Bridge continues to grab the world’s attention.
The Time magazine has listed it in its list of top 100 World’s Greatest Places for 2018.
Remarking on its architectural creativity, the magazine’s Julia Zorthian
notes: “The two massive stony hands emerging from the mountains of
central Vietnam may look mossy and cracked like ancient ruins, but don’t
be fooled: they’re brand-new wire mesh and fiberglass supports for a
striking footbridge that opened in June.”
Ba Na Hills near Da Nang have gone viral and many international media
outlets have remarked on the bridge, including AFP, Reuters and CNN.
evaluated the entries based on quality, originality, innovation,
sustainability and influence.
1000 metres above sea level, the bridge is set to attract increasing
numbers of tourists to Da Nang and Ba Na Hills.
million plus people visiting Da Nang also visited Ba Na Hills.