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Langkawi Sky Bridge in Langkawi, Malaysia

If you ever find yourself in Malaysia, make sure you head west to take a walk on the Langkawi Sky Bridge in Langkawi. The bridge – suspended 2,300 meters about sea level – boasts a gently curving promenade and views of the Andaman Sea.
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From Vietnam's Golden Bridge to the Ponte Vecchio: the incredible bridges you have to walk over

Ciara Sheppard
Contributor Yahoo Style UK

Just this month, Vietnam found itself on the receiving end of the world’s awe when it opened the Cau Vang bridge in Da Nang.

The Cau Vang – or ‘Golden Bridge’ – is being lauded for its magnificent design: the bridge is seemingly held by two giant stone hands that emerge from the trees of the forest below.

The architectural wonder stands is expected to boost Vietnam tourism by millions as visitors come from far and wide to experience the mythical walkway.

But Cau Vang isn’t the first bridge to elicit the same reaction.

Take  the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge in China known for its vertigo-inducing glass bottom, the Titlis Cliff Walk in the Swiss Alps which boasts incredible mountain veiws or the stunning and historical Charles Bridge in Prague.

From the beautiful to the bucket list-worthy and the downright spectacular, we round up the bridges you simply have to walk over.

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