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Address: Hoa Hai | Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
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Marble Mountain Rappelling Tour with Temple and Cave Exploration from Hoi An
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Full-Day Da Nang City Discovery Tour
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Half-Day Marble Mountain and Son Tra Peninsula from Da Nang

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Low expectations but turned out more interesting and quaint than expected. Peaceful and cool. Not too crowded later in the day. Some people moaning about shops and trinket... read more

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county durham
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We visited Hoi An 2 years ago but ran out of time to visit the Marble Mointains so on our return visit this year we did it as part of a private transfer between Hue and Hoi An. Our driver asked us if we'd like to stop and we thought it would be a half hour quick look. How wrong... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 61 helpful votes
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It's not for the unfit as there are lots of steps. Really enjoyed our visit. Some spectacular caves with temples inside. Lots of different begodas with lots of history. A photographers dream. Definitely well worth a visit. You don't have to limb all the way up, we got the lift a third of the way. It was included in our... More 

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Well worth the stop. Beautiful temples, gigantic caves and enormous Buddhas adorn the mountain. It's a climb to the top albeit the elevator takes you part of the way. Was not expecting what we found and spent a good hour wandering around however could definitely have stretched it to 2 if you have the time.

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Thank Jayne G
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inside of the mountain, building such large statues...incredible... It could be a great praying place, if all tourist were forbidden to do non stop talking while inside of the cave.

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Hong Kong
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 21 helpful votes
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Low expectations but turned out more interesting and quaint than expected. Peaceful and cool. Not too crowded later in the day. Some people moaning about shops and trinket sellers as you enter. Not aggressive and just trying to earn a living.

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I was staying at the Hyatt Regency nearby and decided last minute to make a trip over to the Marble Mountains I was very pleasantly surprised at what a cool site it was! There were a number of shrines and viewpoints, many of which had a very unique feel to them. Be warned, however, that there is a lot of... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
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We were lucky to visit this place with our day-time tourist who told us the many intriguing stories behind each spot. It was interesting to go into a marble shop quickly outside before going in the Marble Mountain trail as during the trail, we didn't see any shiny marble given that the finished marble look requires polishing and processing. It... More 

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We took a taxi to marble mountain one afternoon and spent a couple of hrs climbing 100s of stairs up and down exploring all over. Some parts are a little tricky to get too so sensible shoes are a good idea, not the silly flipflops I had on. Lovely views from the top and nice caves to explore and cool... More 

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Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 26 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Location : It is ideally located between the city of Da Nang and Hoi An. Just a few miles down the road to be honest. Not too far and not too central. But it is easily accessible by road. Getting There : there are some tours offering half day Marble Mountains in the town of Da Nang and even our... More 

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The temples the statues the view all amazing. We just did a self walk and it was great. The big cave the largest one was my highlight. To see it all allow 2 to 2 1/2 hours. It was hot and the climb is reasonable so take water. It was dry for us but in the wet we could see... More 

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