Cradled in the Hands of Gods
  • Story Crux Team
bridge in Vietnam

People across the world are marvelling at the photos of a bridge in Vietnam that has gone viral. The highly unusual architecture shows two giant stone hands rising up to cradle a golden bridge.

Vu Viet Anh, principal architect of the Golden Bridge is very pleased at the amount of interest the bridge he designed and built has generated. “It creates a walkway in the sky, among the foggy and fairy-like lands of Ba Na mountain,” he explains.

The 150 metre long bridge has attracted large masses of tourists since it opened in June this year. People are tweeting about this marvel of engineering describing the experience as ‘walking on clouds, through the hands of Gods’.

From the top of this bridge, built at 3280 feet above sea level, the entire expanse of the mountains and cities below can be seen making it a necessary addition to every traveller’s bucket list.

Lead Image Courtesy: Times Now

Golden Bridge Hands of Gods Vietnam