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All reviews marble mountain steep steps worth the climb wear good shoes highest peak beautiful caves walk up worth a visit buy something take your time entrance fee nice view elevator slippery statues buddha peaks
If you already discover cave in Ha Long bay or Phong Nha.I think you shouldn't come there.Its nice but compared with moutain and cave in Ha Long,its not speacial.Recommend for young people want to hiking.If old people they had cable car.
We stopped on our way from Danang to Hoi An. We went in the “hell” side and didn’t bother to go up the “ heaven “ side. It was 20k per person or 50k for both sides. We went around 1230 pm on a Thursday...More
The Marble Mountains expresse the Vietnamese cilture and history and is worth to visit.
They were not named by the Vietnamese, but by the French after studying the chemical element of the mountain’s soil. In Vietnamese, it is known as Ngu Hanh Son (The Five...More
The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble in Danang.The Marble Mountains are rocky limestone outcrops jutting out of the beach just south of Da Nang. Home to several Buddhist and Hindu caves the Mountains offer spectacular views of...More
Well worth the visit, the locals will befriend you and show you to the ticket office. Then they will grab you when you come out and take them to their shop, all good don’t worry at first. You can take the elevator or stairs, the...More
Amazing experience! Many things to see while you are here! Be prepared to do a fair amount of walking but it’s all worth it!
We were a little bit disappointed to see the amount of rubbish that had been left behind but apart from that...More
We went during the afternoon so quite warm. Take water and a fan as lots of steps to climb. You can pay and use a lift we cuts out a heap of climbing. A fair bit to see up the top. You can go in...More
We caught the elevator up and proceeded to explore all caves can be very slippery as slate steep coming down and lots of steps. buddhas and caves fasinating. quite peaceful place and the views out over Danang and sea beautiful
worth a trip and cost...More
We enjoyed walking up and down countless steps to see features below and above ground. There are many entrances (each with their own entry fee) to climb down into caves and up into the open air. It was very very warm and humid but still...More