You can climb the stairs and the elevator that can shortcut the stairs for a fee. From the top, I could see the cityscape of Da Nang and the beach
Wuhang Mountain, Da Nang, Vietnam. Wuhang Mountain, 7 kilometers from the center of Da Nang, is composed of five limestone mountains. Wuhang Mountain is named after five elements, Kim (gold), Thu ỷ (water), M ộ c (wood), Ho ả (fire), Th ổ (earth). After arriving, you can take the elevator to the mountainside and start walking slowly. There are six large caves hidden in the Wuxing Mountain, and many other small caves that few people visit. Huyen Khong is the largest cave, which is also a place where many tourists like to come to Wuxing Mountain to take pictures and check in. In addition to visiting these caves, there are also temples, and friends who like to visit the temple can also visit there.
The natural scenery of Da Nang is still relatively beautiful. The whole city is full of many beautiful things. Some facilities here are also very simple. When you come here to visit, you can see many exquisite small things. It is also very pleasant.
Wuxing Mountain is named after five small hills carved by the five lines of Jinmu Water and Fire. It saves a lot of footpower by taking the elevator straight up.
We hired a motorcycle from our hotel and took ourselves off in the direction of Marble Mountain. About 45 minutes from Hoi An, we took the costal road stopping off to take a look at the An Bang beach along the way. FYI this beach was too crowded for me and it’s true that Da Nang beaches are better as told to us by locals. Marble Mountain is ok, you could easily do it in a morning and be back to do something else in the afternoon or chill by your hotel pool. The caves are fun and the lookout vistas give you a great view of the area. The marble steps are slippery so take care if anyone in your group is unsteady on their feet. The most breath taking cave was number 5 if I recall, it has sunlight breaking through some of the ceiling of the cave which looks pretty cool. we took the elevator up, it’s an extra charge to the entrance ticket & then walked down. We parked our motorcycle at a shop near by and she tried to sell us marble on our return, the pendents are not my thing but I would of had a chess board if it wasn’t so darn heavy!!!
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You can climb the stairs and the elevator that can shortcut the stairs for a fee. From the top, I could see the cityscape of Da Nang and the beachMore