For those who are into eastern religious motifs, reliefs, artifacts, pagodas, etc... This one is really, really rustic, old and surprisingly peaceful.. Because it's tucked away in the mountain with passageways to small caves within the mountain itself, serenity is an easy find there. I was amazed at one of the statues carved out of the stone within one of the caves there that had survived the bombings of the Vietnam war. The best part is, for those who mobility challenged or just don't like walking up stairs, there's an elevator that brings you to the top of the mountain anyways which from the eastern point, overlooks Danang beach.... Only one thing though, beware of young guys trying to be helpful with the joss sticks and incense, they'll light up the joss sticks for you and take you around (which is all fine) until they ask for money. This is illegal by the way, the admission fee paid downstairs covers everything already. I had put money in the donation for maintainance in the temple itself and he still asked for money inspite of seeing me do this. The monk later on came out and scolded him, apologized to me and wished me well.
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