Officials in central Vietnam recently came up with a way to strengthen the Asian country’s grip on tourism. Earlier this year, the Ba Na Hills mountain resort opened a golden pedestrian bridge that’s cradled by a pair of giant stone hands. The 500-foot-long walkway is suspended almost 4,600 feet above sea level near the city of Da Nang. The handy new bridge—part of a $2 billion effort to boost tourism in Vietnam—is expected to bring more sightseers to the area.