If there wasn’t such thing as #BridgeGoals – there is now.
This brand new bridge in Vietnam is held up by GIANT HANDS and it really is a thing of beauty.
The Golden Bridge in Vietnam doesn’t even look real.
The structure sits 3,280ft feet above sea level and is a 500ft golden pedestrian walkway for tourists to soak up the incredible views.
And of course, it’s already turned into a huge ‘Instagrammers’ spot with stunning images popping up all over social media.
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We’re obsessed with the Golden Bridge, which opened in June in #Vietnam’s Ba Na Hills. Sitting 3,280 feet above sea level, the pedestrian walkway is held up by gigantic stone hands. Follow us and share with #ForbesTravelGuide for a chance to be featured. #Regram by @us.on.earth
The bridge has been designed to look like two giant hands of god pulling a strip of gold out of the land.
The BBC have also reported that those behind the creation are planning to build another structure which will be a ‘silver bridge’ – this time resembling God’s strand of hair.
The Golden Bridge is located at the Bà Nà Hills mountain resort in Tr??ng S?n Mountains, west of the city of Da Nang, in central Vietnam.
And I don’t doubt that the pictures don’t do it justice either.
Feature image credit: Instagram @voyaged