Incredible Bridge In Vietnam Looks Like Scene From ‘Lord Of The Rings’


The bridge, seemingly held in place by two giant stone hands, has become somewhat of a modern must-see for people across the world.

Known as the Golden Bridge, it stands 1,400km above sea level over the Ba Na hills.

While the stone hands may look worn, the bridge is actually new having opened in June.

Offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside, the gold-coloured walkway is lined with purple Lobelia Chrysanthemums.

Altogether, it spans almost 150 metres, BoredPanda writes.

The structure is part of a $2 billion investment which in turn is helping turn Vietnam into an unmissable bastion for tourists.

It hopes to bring more than the 1.5 million visitors the area already hosts annually.

Stick Aragorn on that thing and he wouldn’t look out place. Hell, with the rumour mill claiming the new LOTR TV series will focus on a young Aragorn, the worst they could do is try and bag a filming permit in advance.

While Gandalf is perhaps the most iconic character from Tolkien’s tales, it was Aragorn, played by Viggo Mortensen, who captured hearts and stole innumerable scenes as the heroic heir apparent to the Kingdom of Gondor.