Golden Bridge Danang
The Hands of God!
Well it is officially called Can Vang or “Golden Bridge” but we like our nickname better.
This is Vietnam’s most recent tourist attraction, having quietly opened to the public in June.
These much talked about two gigantic hands rise out of the mountain wall to support a 150 metre walkway bridge, suspended 3,280 feet above sea level. The attraction is located at SunWorld Ba Na Hills, a park, about a 45 minute drive from Hoi An and a 25 minute cable car ride.
Visitors will find that, in addition to the Golden Bridge, the destination is home to the world record-breaking cable car system (affording even more expansive vistas of Da Nang and the nation’s central coastline); a roller coaster and 95-foot drop ride; and a mock European village.
The views are amazing on a clear day and the park, built like a French country village, offers fun for all the family with many restaurants, flower gardens, a fantasy park, indoor 3 level amusement park with free games and speed slides.
This excursion requires a full day and is an affordable day of fun and excitement for everyone. Tickets cost about AUD$40 per person which includes the cable car, plus a AUD$50 return transfer from Hoi An.