Marble Mountains (Ngũ Hành Sơn) is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngũ Hành Sơn District, south of Da Nang city in Vietnam.
Driving 9km south of Danang city center on the famous beachfront boulevard Truong Sa, travelers can find one of the most popular attractions of the region, the Marble Mountains. It is a group of five marble and limestone mountains, named after the five elements of the ancient oriental philosophy: metal, wood, water, fire and earth. These mountains have a complicated system of caves and tunnels. In the past they were used as hiding places and important bases for the Vietnam revolutionaries.
Non Nuoc beach has the length of 5km with tourist area and cool hills under Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains). White sandy beach along with smooth waves, sea water is not contaminated, clean, attracted domestic and international tourists to Da Nang. The characteristics of the Non Nuoc beach is the qualities derived from the wave, climate, weather, salinity ... so it is suitable for the type of sport on the sea, especially surfing.
Tourists may also want to visit the Non Nuoc Village at the foot of Marble Mountains. The village is famous for stone sculptures and handicrafts. Here you can buy many things made of marble stone, from small one like earrings, necklaces, vases to the huge sculptures of Buddha. In the past, rock was extracted directly from the Marble Mountains to make sculptures but now the direct extraction was made illegal.