Having trouble coming up with a unique vacation destination? This Vietnamese mountain resort can offer a helping hand — or two.

The Bà Nà Hills mountain resort, in Vietnam, has just opened a 500-foot gold pedestrian bridge suspended over weathered, stone-carved hands, This Is Colossal reported.

At 4,600 feet above sea level, the Gold Bridge offers a gorgeous spot for taking in the mountain scenery. It's also a beautiful sight all on its own, as designboom notes the bridge is decorated with purple lobelia chrysanthemum flowers all along it.

The Spaces reports that the bridge is reportedly part of a $2-billion investment in the area intended to bring more visitors to Vietnam. The Gold Bridge was designed by TA Landscape Architecture's Tran Quang Hung.

The Bà Nà Hills are a popular resort destination, welcoming about 2.7 million visitors last year, according to the Bangkok Post.