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All reviews marble mountain steep steps highest peak worth the climb wear good shoes beautiful caves walk up buy something worth a visit take your time entrance fee nice view danang city elevator slippery statues buddha
We visited Marble Mountain with a guide. The travel to the top was easy with an elevator but after viewing the caverns we found the climb down the stairs somewhat treacherous, especially with since the stairs were wet.
Take a bus towards Hoi An from Da Nang. This is the least expensive way to get there. Check for return bus times. If there is a group of 4 or 5 then a taxi will still be more expensive price shared and a bit...More
When buying the 40K dongs entry ticket, it would be wise to also buy the elevator ticket for extra 15K dongs to save energy climbing stairs up the steep hill. The caves are among the most interesting places to explore. The are many places with...More
It was a good experience to climb up this enchanting Marble Mountain. Seeing it in pictures doesn't give justice to what I saw in person. Each area of the mountain that you can explore has its own charm and story. From the caves to the...More
Breathtaking views. Easy to get your tickets at the counter.
Challenging access yet not impossible. Took the lift on the way up as we had our 6 yr old with us. However our daughter climbed all other peaks and caves with us: so if your...More
It was a really good surprise. You have to walk if you want to discover all the areas. Some are easy and are funny inside the rock. We discovered a little short cut at the bottom of a cave. From the top you have a...More
Wear a raincoat or waterproof jacket. It is actually a lot of walking and hiking. Shame they could not keep the local area around Marble Mountain from being developed into a slum-like area with people hawking.
Take care on a hot day as the steps are steep and uneven. The lift is of dubious value: if you can manage the later climb you can also manage the Initial climb. Secret is to take your time, bring water, really good trainers or...More
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There are multiple parking spots out front owned by locals. They didnt try to scam us. They just wanted some business. Only costs 10,000vnd to park. Should not cost any more. If they try and charge more, move onto the next... More
There are multiple parking spots out front owned by locals. They didnt try to scam us. They just wanted some business. Only costs 10,000vnd to park. Should not cost any more. If they try and charge more, move onto the next one.
This is a top attraction and won't be closed, especially on holidays and special occasions. It is a short drive from Danang, depending on where you will be staying in the city. Needs strong legs as we missed many attractions... More
This is a top attraction and won't be closed, especially on holidays and special occasions. It is a short drive from Danang, depending on where you will be staying in the city. Needs strong legs as we missed many attractions as wife had back problems and opted to stay with her. You can use the elevator up, but not down as you will miss most of the attractions. Hope helps!