Stopped at this place on our way to Hoi An. (After the "compulsory" stop at one of the marble statue shops..) Decided to take the elevator to the top of the mountain. (You'll have to pay again if you want to take the elevator back down..) On the top of the mountain, you get a nice view of the area below. Theres lots of small pagodas and caves to look at on the mountain, and it's nice just walking around at your own pace. Be aware of very slippery steps inside the caves though. I would bring a flashlight, as some of the caves had parts where it was pitch-dark when we were there. Also we managed to get a bit lost while we were there, as one of the paths were closed due to some maintenance work. We ended up going down some stairs on the wrong side of the mountain which led to a tiresome "climb" back up.. A couple of signs (in english) showing the way in that area would have been nice.. If you need to use the restroom, be prepared to pay a little. How much was up to me the lady said, but she didn't seem too happy when i gave her the only small bill i had (5000 dong)..
All in all, I'd say it's worth a visit if you have some spare time.
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