This landscape is an area of two ranges of stone mountains with strange images and patterns stretching out and interfering with the flow of Thu Bon River.
Location: Hon Kem - Da Dung lie alongside the two banks of Thu Bon River, belonging the two communes of Que Lam and Que Phuoc (Que Son District), Quang Nam Province.
Characteristics: This landscape is an area of two ranges of stone mountains with strange images and patterns stretching out and interfering with the flow of Thu Bon River.
The excitement of Hon Kem - Da Dung does not only lie in the romantic scene of rivers and mountains, but also in the inscriptions of the old Chiem Thanh characters seen on pieces of rock of tens of tons heavy which stand out mirroring themselves on the water of Thu Bon River.
This place can be reached by boat up from Hoi An and Vinh Dien with a visit to My Son Holy Land on the way, or overland from Que Son District through Deo Le (Le Pass) and Trung Phuoc Market, and continue by boat to the place. Visitors will travel pass beautiful villages, green mulberry and corn fields, and crowded markets on rivers. Visitors can also go across the river at Trung Phuoc Market to visit a village called Dai Buong, which is famous in Quang Nam for its orchards.