Well, you best be prepared for climbing a lot of stairs that go straight up the mountain. I am not sure if their is wheelchair accessibility because I didn't see any lifts. The temples are beautiful and the view of South Da Nang and the South China Sea is fantastic.
We went on a really hot, muggy day (38 deg) and found it a difficult climb up - the marble was very hot and slippery so would not recommend it with limited mobility. However, once up the top the view was stunning.
Contrary to some reviews I think there's plenty to see at Marble Mountain, ok you have to drag yourself away from all the sellers of trinkets and statues but the attraction is very worthwhile visiting.
I have to admit that it feels a little cramped with so many tourists visiting at the same time but on the whole the experience was good.
I liked looking at the numerous caves with their depictions of the female face of Buddha (Kwan Yin) as well as the little chubby chappie. All in all a good two and a half hours well spent gia công cơ khí bạc đạn mang cap dien ṿng bi