The Golden Bridge on the Ba Na hills in Da Nang city. Sun group photo
Banacab, the operator of the Ba Na Hills tourist site, posted an after-tax profit of VND 452 billion ($18.80 million) in the first half of this year, doubling year-on-year .
The Da Nang-based company recorded 17.1 trillion dong in debt, of which 38% came from bonds.
It spent VND359 billion to pay bond interest in the first half.
Ba Na Hills, which began operations in 2009, is famous for having the world’s longest non-stop single-lane cable car, measuring over 5,800 meters.
It’s also home to the Golden Bridge, a 150-meter-long pedestrian bridge designed to look like it’s being held by two giant hands.
A ticket to Ba Na Hills costs VND900,000 for an adult and VND750,000 for a child.