The Marble Mountains are 8 kilometers South of Da Nang city. From the city center, you cross Han River Bridge, follow Ngo Quyen street, Le Van Hien street, and finally turn onto Huyen Tran Cong Chua street.
The opportunity for me to spend a day. Not easy to move easily in Vietnam with public transport. Despite everything, I was able to arrive at the bus stop. A bus rather timeless without ever knowing what is the real price of a ticket. Probably the best place to visit near da nang, do not miss.
Marble Mountains According to ancient folklore, a dragon emerged from the water on Non Nuoc Beach and laid an egg. A thousand days and a thousand nights followed before the egg hatched, and out stepped a beautiful girl. The fragments of the shell were left on the beach and eventually grew into the five mystical Marble Mountains. Today, one of the most popular highlights is climbing up the Marble Mountains and enjoying spectacular views across Non Nuoc, also known as My Khe Beach. The Mountain of Water which is home to pagodas dating back to the 17th century and a number of caves is one the most frequented climbs with a steep hike up stone steps to Tam Quan Gate and its superb vistas to Mount Kim Son or Metal Mountain and the coastline from the Riverview Tower located next to the gate.
The Riverview Tower dates back to the 18th century and the reign of the Emperor Minh Mang. Close by is Van Nguyet Grotto which is a nice resting spot where you can grab a fresh coconut to drink. The Lantern Cave is also worth a look, small but deep and filled with lava along with Am Phu Cave which heads down to a very scenic viewpoint.