Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) Da Nang is a natural masterpiece bestowed on Danang city by nature. This tourist destination not only brings the beauty of the natural eco-region. This place also has a spiritual and cultural life for hundreds of years, so it increasingly attracts tourists to visit.

How close is it from the center of Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son)?

About Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son)

Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) is the most beautiful landscape in Central Vietnam in particular and Vietnam in general. Today, when tourists come to visit and travel in this land, they still hear a legend handed down in folklore about the birth of the mountain as follows: When heaven and earth were still in chaos, Long Vuong’s wife crossed the East Sea. Come here to lay eggs on the sand, thanks to the god Kim Quy to protect. After many years of absorbing yin and yang, one day, the sky thundered, the earth rumbled, and the dragon eggs cracked. A Dragon Nun was born and flew straight to the sky. Pieces of eggshell turn into five mountains…

Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son), also known as the water mountain, consists of 5 limestone mountains that grow side by side but have different shapes and heights. King Minh Mang named these five mountains corresponding to the five elements of birth, namely Kim Son, Moc Son, Thuy Son, Tho Son and Hoa Son.

Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) Tourism, visitors will come to Chua Mountain, also known as Thuy Son with a height of 105m and a width of 15ha. Then visit Tam Thai Pagoda, Linh Ung Pagoda; admire the beautiful caves such as Huyen Khong, Van Thong, Van Nguyet Linh Nham… The rock cave inMarble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) , although not many limestone stalactites, caves in Phong Nha Ke Bang or caves in Ha Long Bay, but it has Many mysterious nooks and crannies, interesting shapes arouse the rich imagination of visitors. Especially when you come to visit Quan Am cave, you will see why it is called Nam Thien scenic spot. The stalactites in this cave create unique Buddha images, including a perfectly beautiful statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara that no other carved statue has surpassed it. In addition, visiting the Marble Mountains without visiting Huyen Khong cave is a shortcoming.

In addition, when you step up to Vong Giang radio station, you will have a panoramic view of Da Nang and Da Nang beach from above. Admire the busy life of the fishermen every afternoon, they prepare their net boats for a new trip to sea. This is really a rare beautiful scene that can’t be found everywhere, so bring your camera and video camera to capture this memorable moment!

Experience Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) , you can not only immerse yourself in the space of festivals, craft villages and landscapes, but also experience the exciting resort feeling here. You feel like your soul is sublimated, your heart sympathizes with heaven and earth, forgetting all the joys and sorrows of the world. Along with Ba Na, Son TraMarble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) are increasingly becoming tourist destinations, attractive stops for domestic and foreign tourists in the journey to discover world heritage.

Da Nang seen from Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son)

Distance from Da Nang to Ngu Hanh Son

How far is it from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) ? If you love to learn about spirituality, want to visit temples and learn about stories about that temple, then join us towards the Marble Mountains in this wonderful spiritual tour. I will give you the most detailed information about the distance as well as the most appropriate means of transportation.

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From Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) is only about 12km, so it is very convenient for you to travel with your family. You can choose to travel from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) by bus, taxi, motorbike taxi, cyclo or private vehicle. Here are some routes from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) by private means for your reference:

Route 1: From Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) via Nguyen Huu Tho and Vo Chi Cong streets. This route is 12km long. You will move according to the following route:

  • From the center of Da Nang city, you go south to Duy Tan street.
  • You move straight on Duy Tan street through the intersection to Nguyen Huu Tho street.
  • Continue going straight on Nguyen Huu Tho street to Nguyen Tri Phuong / Vo Chi Cong bridge and then turn left at Hung Tu Material Store and go straight for about 4km to Ngu Hanh Son.

Route 2: From Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) via Le Van Hien street. This stretch of road has a total length of 12km. You will go as follows: + From the center of Da Nang city, you go south to Duy Tan street.

  • You move straight on Duy Tan street through the intersections to Tran Thi Ly bridge.
  • Exit the roundabout to Tran Thi Ly Bridge, turn right and go straight to Ngu Hanh Son/QL14B to the roundabout, you take the second entrance to Le Van Hien street.
  • Exit the roundabout to Le Van Hien, you continue to go to TL607/DT607 to Tran Dai Nghia/TL607/DT607 and then turn right into Non Nuoc market to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son).

Route 3: The distance from Da Nang to Ngu Hanh Son through Vo Nguyen Giap is 14km long. The route is as follows:

  • From the center of Da Nang city, you go south to Duy Tan street.
  • You move straight on Duy Tan street through the intersections to Tran Thi Ly bridge.
  • At the roundabout, you take the second entrance to Nguyen Van Thoai street to the Red Crab restaurant, you turn right onto Vo Nguyen Giap street and then turn right onto Minh Mang street to the roundabout take the third exit to Le Van Hien street.

Exit the roundabout to Le Van Hien, you continue to go to TL607/DT607 to Tran Dai Nghia/TL607/DT607 and then turn right into Non Nuoc market to Ngu Hanh Son.

Note: Personal vehicle is the most active and convenient means for every trip. On  the way to Da Nang Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) , there are countless beautiful scenes for you to freely visit and take pictures. And don’t forget to bring a road map from Da Nang toMarble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son).  If you don’t have your own vehicles available, they can be rented at a very affordable price. Bicycle rental is only 30,000/day and motorbike rental is 170,000-200,000/day.

  • Distance from Marble Mountains to other administrative units in Da Nang:

– Hai Chau district is 12km

– Cam Le district is 9.2km

– Thanh Khe district is 14km

– Lien Chieu district is 19km

– Son Tra district is 15km

– People’s Committee of Hoang Sa District 10km

Transportation to Danang

How far is it from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) ? As you know, it is quite close, so in addition to personal means, you can choose Danang car rental, Bus, Taxi, Cyclo as your means of transportation.

Bus: this is the most cost-effective means of travel. You just need to go to Da Nang bus station to buy a bus ticket for the route Da Nang bus station – Hoi An bus station and get off at Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son). Ticket price is 15,000 VND / ticket and frequency is 20p / trip.

Private car: This is also an interesting suggestion if you want to enjoy the scenery along the way. You can ask the driver to follow the route you choose.

You can choose to go from danang to the ancient town of Hoi An and visit the Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son), this is also a good choice

Cyclo: this is also a means of transport chosen by many tourists to move from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son). With the price of 30,000/hour, the team of cyclo drivers will serve you wholeheartedly.

Taxi: this is a fast means of saving time but the cost is quite high compared to other means. The whole route will cost you about 70,000 VND – 100,000 VND depending on the taxi company and the type of car you choose.

Some notes when traveling to Marble Mountains

  • The right time to visit Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son): The scenery in Ngu Hanh Son is beautiful in all seasons of the year, so you can come here in any season. However, according  to the interesting Ngu Hanh Son travel experience , you should come here in June, August and August because this is the dry season, with few storms, avoiding sudden rains and enjoying immersing yourself in the water. Mother nature’s coolness. In addition, if you want to learn about the “Avalokitesvara” festival, you can come to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) on February 19 of the lunar calendar every year.
  • You should start exploring Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) in the morning, at this time the temperature is only about 20-25°C, suitable for climbing activities to visit caves and temples. Our group started to explore Ngu Hanh Son mountain at 6am, but when we climbed to Linh Ung pagoda, it was already 9am. When it’s hot and sunny, you feel tired and don’t want to go anymore, so please consider the time.
  • There are many sacred temples here, so you should pay attention to dress politely. It is best not to wear skirts, shorts above the knee. And don’t forget to bring a hat and sunblock. Because the weather is very sunny in the afternoon.
  •  Because you have to climb a lot, sports shoes are the most appropriate choice.
  • Remember to bring plenty of water. Because climbing the mountain takes a lot of water, but buying water along the way is exorbitant.
  • You need to prepare a flashlight or phone that can light the way because when entering the cave, there are dark and difficult roads to go. In particular, when determining to go to Am Phu cave, you must have someone to accompany you. Because it’s quite murky down there with stories about it that make people “goosebumps”. I went down there and it felt very cold…
  • When buying souvenirs as gifts at Non Nuoc stone art village, you should choose moderate stone statues because it is quite heavy and remember to pay 20-40% down.

Above I have shared with you how many kilometers is the distance from Da Nang to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) , the most convenient distance and means of transportation and some useful experiences for travel. Marble. Wish you have a useful spiritual trip to Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son).