Where would you like to go once the pandemic is over? Well, here’s one destination that you must add to your bucket-list. Orchid Forest Cikole in Lembang, West Java, Indonesia is a forest home to the largest collection of orchids in Indonesia, about 20,000 orchids of many rare species. But what makes this place magical bridge of lights that runs throughout the forest.
Not only is the suspending bridge a perfect walk to remember, you are in for some stunning views as you walk on it.
The bridge itself is made of wood and rope, and gently whirls under the dense canopies of soaring high pine trees.
Thanks to photographer Warman Wardhani, the bridge is just a perfect destination for proposals or for those who travel for their Instagram feed.
The bridge expands at certain anchors, allowing you to drift into the natural scenery that surrounds you. During the day, one may take a chance to explore around the rare orchids native to Indonesia, Brazil, Peru, and more.
At night, the “Garden of Lights” effect is achieved through the use of sensors that twinkle to create a light show in the late afternoon.
You can take ethereal pauses at stairs and rest areas that blend beautifully into the whirling bridge. These too are made of wood and are often supported by tree trunks.
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