The views from the top are unbeatable overlooking the countryside and even into Cambodia. However, the top itself is somewhat uninspiring and ugly (covered in trinket shops and bars). There were only a few western tourists and only a moderate amount of Vietnamese visitors. I stayed for sunset and had the place almost to myself. There are hammocks in the back of one bar where you can lay to watch the sun go down. The mountain is covered in temples, but I only went to the one at the bottom, Tay An Pagoda. It was too busy, stuffy, and gaudy for me. Most people drive to the top, but pilgrims also walk up and visit all the temples on the way.
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