Local youths are so proud of two new amazing things in Vietnam that they unhesitatingly introduce to the international buddies. While one symbol is set amid the empyreal forests, the other is located in the most bustling city center of the country. Both now become new Vietnamese tourism symbols for the Vietnamese youths to show off to the overseas people. While Paris has Eiffel Tower, Kuala Lumpur has Petronas Towers or Sydney has Opera House, Vietnam today has two impressive constructions: Golden Bridge and Landmark 81 Tower held by the giant stone “Hands of the God.”
Golden Bridge in Da Nang – The Internationally Admired Magnet Attracting Travelers to Ba Na Hills
In the middle of the past June 2018, the netizens, especially the young Vietnamese, started to be marveled by the photo of the Golden Bridge held by the giant “Hands of the Gold” in Da Nang City. In particular, this unique construction is named “Cau Vang” (Golden Bridge) in the “Thien Thai” Garden of Sun World Ba Na Hills. Set on the height of 1.400 m, with the length of 150m of 8 spans, this Bridge offers the captivatingly photogenic and panoramic background. While the “golden” Bridge itself is beautiful, the giant hands that lift up the Bridge resemble the hands of the fairy who is holding the silk string over the forested mountains.
Amid the supernatural and paradisiac landscape, walking on the Golden Bridge Ba Na Hills sounds like you’re exploring the existing paradise. Both domestic and foreign travelers find it excited to visit this iconic Bridge lifted up to the sky by the giant stone hands. Some people even call it “the world’s most striking pedestrian bridge.” The trend to “check-in” this hot spot urges numerous young travelers to gather there, share their beautiful photos online, and write amazing reviews.
And, it’s an obvious fact that images of “Cau Vang” have been being posted on the foreign magazines, making it more famous and recognizable in the tourist communities. With the widespread fame, the Da Nang Golden Bridge has been present in The Guardian, Somewhere Magazine, Art Fido, HypeBeast, Design Boom, Highsnobeity, etc. Therefore, it’s believed that a number of travelers to Da Nang City will rapidly increase in the coming time.
Landmark 81 – The Tallest Building in Vietnam and Latest Pride of Saigonese
Before the official operation of Landmark 81 Tower in Saigon, Keangnam Landmark, Lotte Tower, or Bitexco are the top three frequently-mentioned names in almost every talk about the tallest buildings in Vietnam. Surprisingly, the completion of Landmark 81 in the area of Vinhomes Central Park, Binh Thanh District, is fantastic and powerful enough to change the situations.
This building is 461.2m high, making it the tallest building in Vietnam and the 8th of the top 10 tallest buildings in the world. One more special thing is that this construction is totally invested and built 100% by the Vietnamese. The Landmark is inspired by the traditional shape of “bamboo bundles”, symbolizing the prosperity, solidarity, and growth of Vietnam in the future.
With the height of 461.2m, this skyscraper is visible from almost every corner of the city, even from the furthest districts like Binh Chanh, Go Vap, etc. As of now, the building has just operated six floors, from B1 to F5. It’s projected to open all 81 floors of various sections like office, luxury apartments, sky villa, shopping malls, game centers, etc., in January 2019. At present, the Tower keeps attracting locals and guests to check in and share the “luxury” photos.
Both new amazing things in Vietnam : Golden Bridge in Da Nang and Landmark 81 in Ho Chi Minh City are the admirable Vietnamese masterpieces, aiming to better the country images, attract more foreign visitors, and confirm that Vietnamese creativity is boundless. Check in these two masterworks whenever you travel to Vietnam soon!