Wuxing Mountain is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the suburbs of Da Nang, Vietnam. It was originally a Haixin Island, and the geological changes of many years have resulted in forming so many mountains on land. The temples, pagodas, and gates of Wuxing Mountain are all south-Asian style buildings. They are almost entirely Chinese inspired and you cannot see the signs in current Vietnamese characters anywhere. The temple architecture and style are similar to those of China's Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Fujian and Taiwan. The various murals on the walls are also full of Chinese characters. One can see the profound influence of the Central Plain's culture on Vietnamese culture. The Wuxing Mountain is a combination of typical cave landscapes and odd-shaped stones. It is quite a unique experience to visit this place. Learn about the history of Vietnam and feel the Vietnamese culture here. Worth a walk!
Ever wanted to see a #temple in a #cave? Then make sure to visit Marble Mountain in #vietnam! Just a short motorbike ride from downtown #danang, this mountain is an easy hike to the peak. Once you’ve climbed to the topic, you can explore the aforementioned temple cave. Outside of the cave, there’s additional temple scenery you can enjoy, with beautiful marble carvings surrounding the area. We did a donation-based tour through christinas.vn and it did not disappoint. Our tour guides were local university students who gave us a lot of really interesting information about the mountain and its history in English. I would highly recommend booking these tours if you are in Da Nang.
You must visit if you are fascinated by the Marble Mountains from its extraordinary scene.
The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngu Hanh Son District, just south of Da Nang city. All of the mountains feature cave entrances and numerous tunnels. Visitors can ascend to the summit of Mount Thuy. The location is popular with tourists due to the natural beauty of the landscape and the several Buddhist sanctuaries found here. The sanctuaries contain statues and relief depictions of religious scenes carved out of the marble.