The Marble Mountains are situated between Da Nang City and Hoi An ancient town and very closed to China Beach, which stretches for kilometres with clean and white sand and is one of the nicest beaches in Vietnam, which is very convenient for visitors who want to go climbing, trekking and exploring caves. It is so well known that many people consider it as the symbol of the area, and get studying buddhism in the new Museum of Buddhist antiques next to the cluster of 5 mounts.
Tour guide and car pick up you at the hotel then transfer to the Marble mountains, take an elevator to the second floor of the Water Mount then get trekking to visit Linh Ung temple, Big buddha statue and Tang Chon cave, enjoy the view and nature here.
Move to the most impressive cave in this complex - Huyen Khong Cave, where in the war, it was used as the Hospital for Vietnamese soldiers. Get nice pictures with sun shinning down through holes.
Then you will be sent to the new opening Museum of Buddhist antiques to discover a "treasure-house" of about 500 objects, with more than 200 antiques which were assessed at the Quan The Am Temple.
The collection of Buddhist antiques which are preserved at the Quan The Am Temple have great value. From the Buddha statues, bronze censers, to objects of worship all are unique treasures.
You will be impressed at their rare and precious value from many of these antiques are national treasures such as a statue, which was made of precious white jade in the shape of the Bodhisattvas holding a baby in her arms, or a set of eight Buddha statues, made of bronze in the 9th century.
The temple has prepare a big exhibition space of about 700sq.m to showcase more than 300 antiques relating to Buddhism.
Tour ends after get enough feeling of yoga atmosphere in this area.