To celebrate the 38th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, the world’s largest dragon-shaped bridge was constructed in Da Nang City, over the Han River.
Costing around $85 million, this breathtaking bridge’s dragon head not only shoots out water, but also breathes fire. The bridge, designed to resemble dragons from Vietnamese folklore, measures a whopping 666 meters long, is covered in over 2,500 LED lights and took about 4 years to build.
Might be time to book that trip to Southeast Asia. Enjoy!