Cau Vang (Golden Bridge) – Vietnamese masterpiece
Golden Bridge, an amazing structure, was opened in June 2018 at the Ba Na Hills Resort as part of their Thien Thai Garden. The well-known Ba Na hills now seems more famous thanks to this interesting bridge.
Its attraction is the unique architecture and giant hands holding the bridge. The hands have a gray color. Contrary to the elegance of the bridge, moss hands make up the old and nostalgic atmosphere. The yellow color of this bridge is more prominent and distinctive between the forest and the giant hands
Cau Rong (Dragon Bridge) – the new success symbol
The aptly-named Dragon Bridge (it's called Cau Rong in Vietnamese) feature a snake-like dragon that seems to be slithering along the six-lane roadway.
Opened 2013, the Dragon Bridge is a new and iconic symbol of Danang, located in the heart of the city. Showcasing the city’s rise, the bridge has quickly become a favorite of residents and visitors alike. Every weekend at 9:00 pm, the dragon breathes fire and water, creating a fantastic photo opportunity and tourist attraction for the city.
Han River Bridge – the only swing bridge in Vietnam
Han River Bridge is the first swing one in Vietnam. It is also the great pride of Danang people because its symbol for new vitality and the developing desire of the City - was built with the contribution of the entire city's people.
When the city lights up, both the river and the swing bridge seem to be dyed in brilliant color palette of the system of decorative lighting along the streets. Han River Bridge at that time becomes a splendid lighting architectural highlight among dreaming Han River. It seems that all poetic beauty of Da Nang only reveals in the most flawless way in the space of windy and cool Han River Bridge. Local people and travelers can enjoy the bridge as it lights up brightly at night and swings from 11:00 pm every weekend.
Tran Thi Ly Bridge – a beautiful sail
The bridge was named after Vietnamese revolutionary activist Tran Thi Ly from Quang Nam Province’s Dien Ban District, whose real name was Tran Thi Nham. She was a member of the Viet Nam People’s Army and the South Viet Nam Liberation Army.
With its suspension cables, the bridge forms an upside-down capital “Y” and is intended to look like sails facing towards the East Sea. It creates a unique architectural landmark, connecting Hai Chau District, Son Tra district and Ngu Hanh Son District to improve traffic at the eastern gate of Da Nang. The bridge has emerged as a must-see feature of Da Nang and an ideal place for visitors who like taking photos during their stay in this city.
Thuan Phuoc Bridge – the country’s longest cables stay bridge
Thuan Phuoc suspension bridge was designed with permanent construction, bridge width for 4 lanes of runway and 2 lanes of sidewalk. With the idea of the winds heading to the oceans, Philips company has used the Led system with the latest technology to emphasize the beauty of Thuan Phuoc Bridge.
From all points of view, Thuan Phuoc Bridge reflects a modern outlook, full of charm and splendor.