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My Son Sanctuary and Marble Mountain Day Trip from Da Nang
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“marble mountain” (527 reviews)
“highest peak” (45 reviews)
“steep steps” (57 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Hoa Hai | Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This surely a hidden gem for most people if you only take a look at the outside. When our guide Hai and driver took us there both my Husband and I thought it looks like a small Mountain. Never judge a book by its cover,...More

Thank Peggy T
Reviewed yesterday

I visited the Marble Mountains on my way from Son Tra Peninsula back to Hoi An. Entrance fee costs VND40,000. You walk up the steps to visit some shrines, some built inside a cave. I went in the late afternoon and the soft golden glow...More

Thank Andy22L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Cant ask for more than a dragon breathing fire and then spraying tons of water over unsuspecting tourists wanting to get close. Kids lived it and local atmosphere was fun

Thank majordog
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Short 15 minutes ride on my rented scooter along Da Nang Beach. About less than half way to Hoi An. Came very early the lift is not open yet, there's no guard minding tickets yet and only another couple was there. There's a dedicated motorcycle...More

Thank medan_traveller
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very nice view of Da nang, we went afyer the lifts had closed down , so we,had to take the stairs up , at the bottom of the mountain lots of shops that sell n arlbor carving but the set fantasy prices , this lady...More

Thank Mohammad G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wasn't a huge fan of this however the cave is pretty cool. It does cost 20,000 dong to just enter the cave and then each other entrance (elevator and stairs) are another 20k each.

Thank Stefan M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Nice to visit highly recommended very pretty with a couple of food shops with English speaking people

Thank Ben W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What a treat this was, absolutely stunning, so beautiful, peaceful, if you have any walking problems this might be strenuous, but well worth it, both mountains

Thank izzywizzy54
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Absolutely beautiful and very hot in September. I recommend taking the elevator up (you will still walk plenty of steps). Beautiful temples and pagodas, even temples inside the caves❤️ I recommend visiting on a cool day and spend 2-3 hours to feel the serenity of...More

Thank Farende2014
Reviewed 4 days ago

Unique carvings, previous historical usage as pertaining to the war in Vietnam. Very knowledgeable guides.

Thank Carolyn M
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12 September 2017|
Response from maryan_ray | Reviewed this property |
i believe its unsafe and for religious reasons
Debra P
23 August 2017|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
The Pullman organised that for the visit there. Also used their car service for trip to Hoi An and it took any hassle out of it as the car and driver waited for the return trip.
19 August 2017|
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Response from Michael C S | Reviewed this property |
Easy to go to Marble Mountain on your own. Pay entry fee at the gate. You can get an elevator ride up if you wish for extra fee but not too difficult to walk up.