Cau Vang, which translates to 'Golden Bridge,' is now a major tourist attraction for the Ba Na Hills mountainside resort near Da Nang, Vietnam. The 490-foot long pedestrian bridge features two massive concrete hands that appear to support the bridge. The design is supposed to make visitors feel like they're taking a stroll on a golden thread stretching across the hands of gods. The bridge is located 4,600 feet above seal level in the Trường Sơn Mountains and is part of a $2 billion project to increase tourism to the area.

Vu Viet Anh is lead designer of the bridge and founder of TA Landscape Architecture. They are in the process of designing a silver bridge that connects to the current structure.

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