As a complex of 5 mountains: Thuy Son, Kim Son, Hoa Son (including Duong Hoa Son and Am Hoa Son), Tho Son, Moc Son, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang has a majestic landscape with rocky mountains. ancient moss and many unique cultural and historical architectural works. Ngu Hanh Son, also known as Non Nuoc tourist area, is a destination that, although not too new, is a “symbol” of Da Nang tourism.

The following article provides some information, hopefully useful for you in your tour and discovery of Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang !

Where is Ngu Hanh Son?

About 8hm from the center of Da Nang city to the Southeast, Marble Mountain is located in Hoa Khue village, Son Thuy, Hoa Vang, Ngu Hanh Son District. East sea bordering the east; The West borders on Co Co river; The South borders the residential area of ​​Hoa Hai ward; The North borders the residential area of ​​Hoa Hai ward.

Because it is not too far from the center, visitors can travel to this place by bus, taxi or motorbike with Driver

Opening hours to welcome visitors to Ngu Hanh Son

Ngu Hanh Son scenic spot is open to visitors on all days with fixed time frames as follows:
• Open at: 7 am
• Close at: 17:30 pm

Ticket price to visit Marble Mountains

Ticket price to visit Ngu Hanh Son – go to Thuy Son mountain
3Children under 1 year oldFree
Ticket price to visit Ngu Hanh Son – go to Am Phu cave
 3Children under 1 year oldFree
4Go elevator30,000 / round trip ticket up and down
5Hire a guide50,000/person.

Explanation of Ngu Hanh Son

According to legend, once upon a time, there was an old fisherman who lived among the vast sands of the sea. One day, the old fisherman saw a very large dragon coming here to lay eggs. Suddenly, a golden turtle appeared out of nowhere, claiming to be the god Kim Quy, digging in the sand to bury the egg, then gave the old man one of his toenails and taught him how to look after dragon eggs.

Thanks to the magic turtle’s claws, the fisherman was able to prevent hawks and other wild animals from invading the hatchery. After that, the egg grew bigger and bigger. Until one day, the egg hatched into a beautiful girl, and the eggshell split into five pieces, becoming five mountains: Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth.

Today, Marble Mountains is a natural ecological area interwoven with historical and spiritual relics.

In the pagodas and caves at Ngu Hanh Son are kept a large number of “ma chewing” texts – the system of Han Nom inscriptions; Specifically, there are about 90 phantom texts currently stored in 5 caves; 8 Buddhist inscriptions of the Nguyen lords are saved on the walls of Huyen Khong, Tang Chon and Van Thong caves.

Not only beautiful in landscape, Ngu Hanh Son scenic spot also has great historical value. During the resistance wars to defend the country, the Marble Mountains with the advantage of strategic location and mountainous terrain, the cave was once the red address of the army and people of Quang Nam – Da Nang.

A place not to be missed when coming to Ngu Hanh Son

Thuy Son

Thuy Son is also known as Tam Thai mountain because there are 3 peaks located on three floors like the three Tam Thai stars. Among the 5 mountains, Thuy Son is the most beautiful and largest mountain chosen by many tourists to visit and explore.

To reach the top of the mountain, you can choose to climb more than a hundred steps or choose to take the elevator with a transparent glass chamber for a two-way ticket of 30,000 VND.

Linh Ung Pagoda

Having come to Ngu Hanh Son, it is impossible to ignore Linh Ung pagoda on Thuy Son mountain. Placed in a solemn position in the middle of the pagoda is a 10m high statue of Shakyamuni Buddha with two sides worshiping Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva and Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva. In particular, the Xa Loi stupa at Linh Ung pagoda is the Xa Loi tower that worships the most stone Buddha statues in Vietnam.

Tam Thai Temple

Tam Thai Pagoda has 3 gates and according to Buddhist culture, the main gate is for monks and nuns to go, the rest is for women to pass, the left is for men to pass. Over time and war, the pagoda has been repaired many times but still retains many ancient Buddhist architectural features.

Huyen Khong Cave

Huyen Khong Cave owns the most beautiful scenery among the caves in Ngu Hanh Son. The cave is exposed and has a very unique and impressive structure with circular arches leading to the outside, so it is always full of light.

Underworld Cave

As one of the large caves in the Ngu Hanh Son cluster, Am Phu cave is a natural cave with mysterious murky features and has many nooks and crannies deep underground as if going to the gates of hell.

In addition, you will be able to visit the complex of other mysterious caves in Ngu Hanh Son: Linh Nha cave, Lang Hu cave, Van Nguyet cave, …

Non Nuoc stone carving village

Known as the most famous craft village in Da Nang, the stone handicraft village in Non Nuoc is located right at the foot of the Marble Mountains. That’s why tourists after buying tickets to visit the Marble Mountains have the habit of finding themselves an item as a gift for friends and relatives.

Note to visit Ngu Hanh Son

If you have to experience the Marble Mountains, you should eat a snack before climbing the mountain because it usually takes at least 1.5-2 hours for you to explore all the nooks and crannies of the resort. Non Nuoc.