We visited the Marble Mountains which are 15 drive from Da Nang city. The Marble Mountains are 5 mins nearby the marble and limestone hills. Each is named after the five elements: Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire), and Tho (earth).
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Visiting Marble Mountains
All of the mountains have cave entrances, numerous tunnels, and Buddhist sanctuaries. Also during the Vietnam War, it is said that the Viet Cong soldiers hid out and established hospitals inside the caves of the mountains… only a short distance away from the American Air Facility.
We decided not to use the elevator and started to hike up.
We walked around and stopped at some temples and loads of white Buddha statues. I looked at a few of the caves, some a little hazardous to go in too far.
We made our way to the highest point with some nice views.
We eventually reached Huyen Khong cave. The cave was the largest, with light beams filtering through holes in the rock.
It contains several Buddhist and Confucian shrines, colorful Buddhist and Confucian statues.
We did a little more exploring. But time came to leave, we walked to the exit and began the long walk down the steps.
And that’s it for now! I’d love to know if this guide on visiting the Marble Mountains in Vietnam has helped you. Let me know if you have any questions and let me know if there are any more places to visit in Vietnam.