Marble Mountains is located 7 kilometers southeast of Da Nang city. On the flat sandy beach of the sea, five peaks of gold, wood, water, fire, and earth (of which the fire mountain is a double peak) stand up, which look majestic and magnificent. Therefore, it is called Marble Mountains. Among them, the highest water mountain which is 108 meters above sea level has a Buddha statue in the cave. Believers come here to worship all year round, such as Buddha, Guanyin, etc. have attracted so many believers coming here to worship. In the past, some of the cave kilns in water mountain were even the place where the Chams held religious ceremonies. The view from the observatory on the mountain is very good, and you can see the beauty of the remaining four mountains, the white beach and the city. The Marble Mountains are rich in jade, and there are many jade souvenir shops along the foot of the mountain.
Marble Mountains has a history of more than 200 years. The scenery here is superb and includes five marble veins. Caves that are naturally formed have become Hindu and Buddhist sacred sites, as well as the place for people to appreciate the unique cloud towers and the coastal scenery that are surrounding the countryside. There is a temple on the Marble Mountains, which is one of the three Linh Ung Pagodas in Da Nang. You can take the elevator up or down the mountain, but it is very steep, especially on rainy days, so be careful. The mountain is not large but the scenery is good, it is worth a visit.
The whole mountain here is a temple, or the whole temple is built according to the mountain. Slowly climbing up you will find different landscapes, and the environment itself is quite good, which makes it a very good place for hiking. The Marble Mountains is a beautiful mountain, and the scenery on the mountain feels like a fairyland. At the same time, it is also a local Buddhist cultural center.