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With a history spanning almost a millenia and dating from the 4th century, My Son Sanctuary has been the religious and political center of the Champa kingdom, circled by mountains and fertile valleys. The sanctuary is made of brick tower temples and pillars dedicated to Hinduism, primarily to the deities Krishna, Vishnu and Shiva. Vietnam's My Son Sanctuary was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999 and can be visited by day tours from Hoi An and Da Nang.
Travel to the Quang Nam Province to see well-preserved remnants of the ancient Cham civilization and an unmissable relic of Vietnamese history.
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  1. Set out on a journey to the religious ruins of My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam Province. See the intricately-crafted tower temples and Hindu monuments of the Champa Kingdom that stood the test of time.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided

    From USD60.00

    Daily
    4.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  2. Travel back in history as you visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. See the beautiful ruins of the My Son Sanctuary before heading out to one of the most preserved and unique ancient towns in Hoi An.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided
    Meal Provided

    USD98.00

    Daily
    8 - 8.5 hour(s) (morning)
  3. Witness the enchanting ruins of My Son and the striking Cham architecture of the remaining temples. Learn about the history of the capital of what used to be a prime ancient civilization.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided

    From USD22.50

    Daily
    5 hour(s) (afternoon)
  4. Discover the historical traces of My Son Sanctuary and see the unique culture of the Cham people. Explore the remains of impressive tower-temples along with the ancient city of Hoi An.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided

    USD33.00

    Daily
    6 - 6.5 hour(s) (morning)

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