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Then you have to travel to Da Nang, Vietnam, more precisely to the Thien Thai garden, the tourist area of Ba Na Hills, which, founded in 1919 and later fell into decay, for the past few years has been housing a French style village and an amusement park. 

Here you can visit the Golden Bridge (or "Cau Vang"), a beautiful new bridge supported by a pair of giant stone hands.

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Inaugurated last June, the structure can be reached thanks to a cableway opened in 2013 which, with its 5,801 meters in length, holds the Guinness World Record as the longest single-cable non-stop cableway in the world.

The 150-meter long building, made up of eight bays and suspended at over 1400 meters above sea level, looks like a golden ribbon held by two giant hands emerging from the side of the hill, evoking the feeling of walking on the clouds, of "crossing paradise". A spiritual sensation, almost divine, amplified by the beautiful purple flowers of Lobelia that line the bridge.

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Cau Vang, with its huge hands and the boundless and majestic scenery that offers, has become in a very short period of time one of the most beloved and photographed places in Vietnam... And you, what are you waiting for?