Marble Mountains

Marble Mountains

climbing one of the 5 limestone hills in between Hoi An and Da Nang

Location: 

Da Nang, Hòa Hải, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Da Nang, Vietnam

Duration: 

Monday, June 26, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son): 5 hills made of limestone
  2. Thuy Son (Water), Moc Son (Wood), Hoa Son (Fire), Kim Son (Metal or Gold) and Tho Son (Earth)
  3. Chùa Tam Thai Pagoda: one of several religious sites on the hills
  4. Accessibility: going up by elevator, walking down the stone stairs
  5. Journey: driving on a rented moped from Hoi An to Da Nang

Image sources

  1. Buddha statue on the Marble Mountains
  2. Buddhist monks praying in a pagoda
  3. Over the top of the Marble Mountains
  4. Tourists in front of the Chùa Tam Thai
  5. View from the natural cave

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