The Marble Mountains – Guide to Da Nang’s Iconic Mountain
Had been an offshore group of islands, geological activities shifted the Marble Mountains to the land some thousands of years before. Today, its marble hills rise suddenly up to over 100
Da Nang is the largest city and capital of Central Vietnam. Established by the French in 1889 and became a municipality in 1997, this charming coastal urban has the population of 1,3 million people. Today, its core features romatic Han River and uniquely-designed bridges spanning over that come to life after a sparkly sunset. Weekendly fire breathes from the Dragon or annual fireworks festival makes the night scenery truly stunning. Nearby mountains are home of some of the bests of Da Nang: Buddhist temples, limestone caves, enormous statues, world-record cable car, well-preserved forests and the Golden Bridge, a Vietnam’s emerging wonder. Travelers also love its sandy beaches, diverse food scene, plentiful hotels and convenience in transport.