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Sightseeing og vartegn i Quang Nam Province

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“A UNESCO world heritage site under an hour from Hoi An city center, the My Son ruins are some of the only remaining constructions of the ancient Cham Empire in Vietnam. Better done with a local guide, My Son, which is pock-marked by bomb craters, is a popular day trip for tourists wanting to learn more about South East Asian history.”
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Mountain
“Ngu Hanh Son is located in Hoa Hai and Ngu Hanh Son wards, about 7 km southeast of Danang. Ngu Hanh Son lies on a golden sand beach with a length of 2 km and a width of 800 meters. The stone in Ngu Hanh Son has many different colors and it is the source of sculpture and art. Ngu Hanh Son consists of 5 mountains: Kim Son (Metal Mountain), Thuy Son (Water Mountain), Moc Son (Mountain Wood), Hoa Son (Volcano) and Tho Son (Mountain Land). The number No.05 is the important number in the orientation and the 5 mountains contain unique meanings. Metal Mountain (Kim Son) is located in the Southeast, on the Co Co River. Traveling by boat, tourists can admire the beautiful scenery. Ben Ngo, where, the kings often stayed each time they came to Marble Mountains. Today, it does not exist; However, people can see a wooden pillar near Quan Am Pagoda. At the foot of Kim Son Mountain, there is a cave with a length of 50 meters, a width of 10 meters and a height of 10-15 meters. The entrance has natural stone steps, stalagmites creating Quan Am statue, very beautiful and lively. Wooden mountain (Moc Son) Moc Son is located near the sea, Thuy Son island to the east. To the east and south is the sand cave, to the north is the field and to the west is the village. Although it is called Mountain Wood, it has fewer trees. The top mountain is divided into jagged like a faucet, so it is also named Mount Mong Ga Mountain (spur mountain spur). In the mountains, there is no temple; It only has white marble like a human shape. Locals often order a dish called Mu Mu Mu or Quan Am. In addition, there is also a small cave named Ba Trung mountain. During the two wars in Vietnam, locals and revolutionary officials often used this place as a shelter. Water mountain (Thuy Son) The water mountain is located on an area of ​​15 hectares and is the highest mountain in Ngu Hanh Son. The mountain has 3 tops, three stars are Tam Thai, so it is named Tam Thai mountain. The highest mountain in the northwest is Thuong Thai mountain, Trung Thai is in the south and Ha Thai mountain in the east. Temples and caves are concentrated in Thuy Son. Thuong Thai mountain has Vong Giang Dai, Dong Pho tower, Tu Lam pagoda, pad Tam Tam, padai Tham Thai, padoda Hanh Cung, Hoa Nghiem cave, Huyen Khong cave, Linh Nam cave and Lang Hu cave. On Trung Hai mountain, there are two entrances: Thien Phuoc Ta, Van Can Nguyet and some caves such as Van Thong cave, Thien Long cave, Van Nguyet cave. Ha Thai Mountain has Vong Hai Dai, Linh Ung Pagoda, Cereal cave, Tang Chan, Tien well and Am phu cave. Volcano (Hoa Son) Hoa Son consists of two mountains and a rocky road combining them. The mountain near Kim Son to the west is Duong Hoa Son, located on the Co Co River. On the western ridge to the north, opposite to Kim Son, there are three Chinese characters written in Duong Duong Son Son carved into the mountain wall. In the mountains, there are caves and pagodas of Son Da Land mountains (Tho Son) Tho Son is located on Bac Kim Son Island and Nam Thuy Son Island. This is the longest mountain in Marble Mountains. Tay Tho Son is the Ba Cha River. In the mountains, there is the entrance to the southwest; Its name is Coc grotto or Bo De grotto. During the two wars in Vietnam, Bo De cave was considered a natural refuge for locals and revolutionary cadres. On Bac Tho Son, to Da Nang, there is Long Hoa pagoda. It was built in 1992. This topography contributes to the beauty of the whole picture of Non Nuoc Mountain - Ngu Hanh Son.”
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Historic Site
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“According to legend, the temple is considered to be a sword stabbed into the back of the monster Namazu, causing it to not flick its tail, causing earthquakes.”
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