Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily

The Golden Bridge in the central city of Da Nang has come first in a list of fresh wonders of the world compiled by the UK’s daily newspaper Daily Mail. Other wonders in the list include Bosco Verticale (or Vertical Forest) residential tower blocks in Milan (Italy); Gardens by the Bay urban park (Singapore); museum Soumaya in Mexico City (Mexico) and the Kalbarri Skywalk (Australia).
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 1Opened in 2018, the striking walkway is designed as though a giant's hands (made of fibre-glass and mesh wire) are gently supporting the 490 ft (about 150 m) path for pedestrians, which overlooks the coastal city, wrote an article on the daily. Author Mark Jones noted that in its short time open, more than 20,000 posts have appeared on Instagram at #goldenbridgevietnam. (Photo: Daily Mail)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 2Bosco Verticale (or Vertical Forest) residential tower blocks in Milan (Italy) (Photo: Getty Images)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 3Gardens by the Bay urban park (Singapore) (Photo: Getty Images)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 4Dubai, the commercial capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is considered the most impressive city in the 21st century. It is known as a city of skyscrapers, ports, and beaches, leaving an unforgettable impression for visitors (Photo: Getty Images)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 5Museum Soumaya in Mexico City (Mexico) (Photo: Getty Images)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 6Underwater sculpture park is slated to open in Miami Beach in late 2021 (Photo: Daily Mail)
Golden Bridge named world’s new wonders by UK daily hinh anh 7Giant underwater ‘jellyfish’ roundabout becomes latest Faroe Islands tourist attraction (Photo: The Guardian)

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