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My Son Sanctuary - a UNESCO World Heritage site - was an imperial city during the Champa dynasty, between the 4th and the 12th centuries. Join this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit My Son, considered being in the same league as some of Southeast Asia’s greatest archaeological sites, including Angkor in Cambodia, Bagan in Myanmar, Ayutthaya in Thailand and Borobudur in Indonesia. You also have another experience to take a look of the town with boat trip on the river.
8.00 - 8.45: Pick you up at the hotel in Hoi An center area and depart to My Son.
10.00: Upon at My Son. Enjoy the ancient beauty of My Son Sanctuary
Wander around the giant complex of ancient temples and tombs.
Listen to historical account of the complex.
12.30: Get the boat trip on Thu Bon river to leave My Son.
14.00 - 14.15: Reach to Hoi An. Drop you off at Bach Dang Harbour. Tour ends.
You will be picked up at hotels in Hoi An center area and then transfer to My Son sanctuary for starting the tour.
It belongs to Quang Nam district and about 40km from Hoi An. My Son sanctuary was built in 4th century by King Bhadresvara. It is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works with different details representing for different periods of Chmapa kingdom. During many centuries, the temple complex had more buildings and stupas constructed of varying sizes and became the main cultural vestige of the Champa civilization in Vietnam. Aside from religious celebrations, which allowed the dynastic royals to spiritually connect with the gods, My Son was also a cultural and religious centre and was the burial place of kings and religious leaders. You can stroll around My Son and look for different details and styles. My Son sanctuary is not only a historical site but also a witness for a disappeared culture.
The sanctuary is surrounded by trees and mountains which makes the sanctuary more mysterious and attractive. It was recognized as a world heritage site in 1999. These temples on a site that was the spiritual and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence. Initially constructed with wood, the structures were fully destroyed by fire in the 6th century.
In the return way, you will get a boat trip on Thu Bon river which is created by many small rivers between Quang Nam and Kon Tum province. You can see a part of Hoi An town from the river. Let’s enjoy tranquil moments!
The boat arrive at Bach Dang Habour. Tour ends. Say goodbye to tour guide!
24.00 (per person)