This 'Hands Of God' Bridge In Vietnam Has Become An Insta-Sensation!

This 'Hands Of God' Bridge In Vietnam Has Become An Insta-Sensation!

If it's been a while since you last updated your travel bucket list, then we have something that will have you endlessly searching for flight tickets.

Cau Vang, also known as the 'Golden Bridge', outside Da Nang city in Vietnam is grabbing eyeballs on social media. Ever since this walkway in the Ba Na Hills was opened to the public in June, pictures of the place have gone viral. Locals and travellers alike cannot get enough of the bridge and we can see why.


A post shared by Jason 😀 (@smashpop) on

From a distance, it looks like the cliffsides have sprouted hands of their own, holding aloft a golden lace. This jaw-dropping piece of architecture sits more than a kilometre above sea level and offers uninterrupted, panoramic views of the plains below.


A post shared by @mybestplace on

The skywalk was designed to look like the Gods were pulling a piece of gold out of the land, according to the architects behind the Golden Bridge.

The Ba Na Hills was already a famous tourist destination ever since the French colonials days in Vietnam. With the addition of this spectacular 150-metre-long bridge, the popularity of this coastal region is just set to grow. Whether you travel for those amazing treks or hunt for those perfect Instagram sunsets, we're sure this place is surely giving you major travel goals.

Go on, book your tickets already!

AWESOME NEWS! POPxo SHOP is now Open! Get 25% off on all the super fun mugs, phone covers, cushions, laptop sleeves, and more! Use coupon code POPXOFIRST.