The list was based on a survey conducted by the Daily Mail among millennials, born from 1982 to 2000, and “created for the smartphone generation who have never had to wait for holiday photographs to be developed.”
Topping the list announced by the Daily Mail, the Golden Bridge is an architectural work built by Sun Group at Sun World Ba Na Hills Da Nang and opened in 2018. It is designed as though a giant’s hands are supporting the 150m path for pedestrians, which overlooks the coastal city, wrote the newspaper.
The Golden Bridge was ranked among the top 100 World’s Greatest Places in 2018 by Time magazine.
A year later, the Golden Bridge received the ‘Special Certificate for Excellent Works’ at the PropertyGuru Vietnam Property Awards 2019, held in HCM City.
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