When it comes to bridge construction, especially with the aim of connecting one point to another to aid the easy movement of people, vehicles, and other things, certain materials are used to erect pullers and other supporting structures that not only hold the bridge in place and carry its weight, but also make it durable and last a long time.

A bridge is indeed an incredible engineering feat that amazes anyone that beholds the design and size of it, and from the beginning of civilization, humans have utilized their God-given potential and wisdom in making things that work for the benefit of mankind, and bridge construction is one such invention. In this article, I want to show you the Golden Bridge in Vietnam, which is built with two hand-like structures as support.

Located in the Bar Na Hills resort near Danang in Vietnam, it was built by TA Landscape Architecture and designed by its founder, Vu Viet Anh, as a pedestrian bridge to connect the cable car stations with the gardens to avoid a steep incline that existed between them.

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The construction of the bridge started in July 2017 and was completed in April 2018. It opened in June of that year and has since become a tourist attraction due to its beautiful features. The bridge is made from fibre glass materials and wire mesh formed from steel, with two giant hand-like structures made from stone that support it.

The Vietnam Golden Bridge has a length of about 150 metres and is constructed in such a way that it loops back nearly around itself…..Discover More

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