Breathtaking Giant Hands Bridge In Vietnam

A bridge located above Da Nang’s Ba zna hills, in Vietnam, has attracted a lot of attention for its two giant hands which seemingly lift the structure into the sky. Standing on the Golden Bridge, visitors can admire the whole infinite scenery and majestic mountainscape of Ba Na. Suspended more than 1,400m above sea level, the bridge appears like a golden ribbon held by two giant hands emerging from the hillside. Including 8 spans with a length of nearly 150 meters, according to reports the bridge is part of a $2 billion project, designed to accomodate Vietnam’s vast numbers of tourists. Vietnam has become a major tourist destination since the 1990s, with record numbers reaching 3.77 million international tourists in 2009 alone, and maintaining similar numbers ever since. Be sure to check beautiful eco bridge and Nanhe river landscape bridge.

Beautiful Eco Bridge

Team of creative designers from architectural firm Taranta Creations created concept of beautiful Eco Bridge. This bridge suppose to be built in the Chongqing mountain area, China. Form of the bridge reminds people of the dragon shape. The huge platform of the bridge is interconnecting the green hills and makes a connection between the natural valleys and thus implementing a man made design in the laps of a beautiful landscape. The grid shaped roof top of the bridge has a function of sun reflection. Eco Bridge is both aesthetically beautiful as well as functional but it’s still under construction. Also we recommend you to check 25 Most Beautiful Places in the World.

Nanhe River Landscape Bridge from WXY Architecture

New York studio WXY Architecture have won a competition to build the Nanhe River Landscape Bridge in Xinjin County, China. This red bridge is due to begin later this year and will cross the river in two interlaced strands. As WXY Architecture wrote “Xinjin is a historical town that has attracted many residents and visitors over the years. It is geographically centered where five rivers converge, and for centuries poets have exalted its natural beauty. Our design draws inspiration from Xinjin’s breathtaking landscape and rich cultural history, and reflects the city’s modern prosperity.”